My goal was to make a stable table which can stand rain and weather without problem.

To make your own you'll need:

1 cabinet door (or similar)
Some 1x2 inch form bits and pieces...
1 reinforcment mesh (cabinet door sized)
Some steel wire
4 pcs x 2 inch wood screws
(Enough) fine concrete
4 legs

Step 1: Heavy Duty Concrete Barbecue Sideboard

Make form for the table.

Note the supporting wires to keep reinforcement mesh in place.

Step 2: Heavy Duty Concrete Barbecue Sideboard

Make placeholders for legs.

Place them in a good position.

4 nice screws about 2 inches, will do the jobb.

Step 3: Heavy Duty Concrete Barbecue Sideboard

Pour the concrete in the form.


Step 4: Heavy Duty Concrete Barbecue Sideboard

After concrete has burned.

Remove form.

Attach legs.

You are finished!

Thanks! It is as good as new after one year out in the open... The best thing is probably that no one will ever steal it, because of the weight!
How big is it?
Hi saosport! <br> <br>It is: <br>90 x 55 x 70 cm (length x width x height) <br>about <br>36 x 22 x 28 inches <br> <br>Cheers! <br>Antares72 <br> <br> <br> <br>

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