Tilt-Top Tea Table Plan
This Federal tilt-top table is the perfect project for intermediate-level wood-workers. It's neat and compact with few parts, and construction uses hand- and machine-tool techniques. The table's center column is turned on a lathe; the legs attach to the column with sliding dovetails. The slots for the sliding dovetails are cut with a router. The tapered legs are cut on the bandsaw and shaped with a spokeshave and card scraper.
7 in. deep by 15 in. wide by 29 in. tall
- Full-size and scale drawings
- Detailed measurements
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