Wood and metal coffee table – A metal work table provides a tough and durable surface for numerous jobs, hobbies and crafts. Metal work tables are commonly used for welding, grinding and cutting. These tables are resistant to most stains, clean easily and do not give up under heavy loads. Equipment and welding skills are required to produce this metal work table.
Cut miter the ends of two bars of 36 inch (91.44 cm) and 24 inches (60.96 cm) bars. Use the square to measure an angle of 45 degrees in the ends of the rails and mark it with a fat pencil. Wear gloves and mask before cutting wood and metal coffee table. Cut the bars at the angle the jig saw with metal cutting blade so that the bars may be placed together to form a rectangle. Fixed bars together in a rectangular shape with two 36 inch (91.44 cm) as side bars and bars of 24 inches (60.96 cm) as extremes.
Brazing rods together to create the upper part of the frame of the table. Cool welding and test the quality of welded joints before proceeding. Place the frame on wood and metal coffee table a flat surface and place a 36 inch (91.44 cm) bar on a corner for the leg. Use a clamp to hold the leg in place and soldering to the leg frame. Repeat this process for the other three legs. It allows the solder to cool before continuing. Welding and make sure all legs are also United.