Outdoor Patio Bar Table – There is nothing that says that the hospitality was better than a patio bar packed full of cold drinks and snacks. You could buy a bar terrace, pay a premium for quality. Or, you can make your own hardwood that is not only robust, but portable. These are not, however, a carpentry work for a beginner and it requires a table saw.
Outdoor patio bar table set your table saw to cut the plywood and cut the first sheet of plywood to be 4 feet high by 6 feet wide. Cut the second sheet to form two 4 feet tall by 2 feet wide panels. These are the outer sides of the patio bar. Reset your table saw to rip the first board pine strips 1-1 / 2 inches. Rip the entire board down into strips.
Outdoor patio bar table, unplug your table saw and dado blade changes to the entire table and tighten the accompanying guides in place. Cut into the grooves of pine boards that are torn from the same width as the plywood sheets. Unplug the saw again and replace your ripping blade, and cut 45 studies tabs in the ends of pieces of pine so that the edges fit together perfectly.