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I was wandering around in a tag sale one day and came across an old chipboard guitar case, which seemed like the perfect candidate for an unusual tabl...
The materials I used were: - an old chipboard guitar case - 3 metal conduit couplers - an 8' section of metal electrical conduit - epoxy glue - a pie...
I needed a ridged base to attach the legs to, and reinforcement for the case, so I cut a piece of mdf board about 3/4" narrower than the guitar case. ...
To attach the legs, I drilled three holes in the bottom of the mdf board at the locations where I wanted the legs to be. I then epoxied the three met...
Not knowing exactly what would wind up being placed on this table, I made a couple of reinforcements to keep the lid from eventually sagging. I made ...
The final step was to prime and paint the case. I removed the legs (by loosening the set screws), taped off the latches and handle, and primed and pa...
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