I'm Lauren, and this is my first instructable. Hope you like it.
This is a design for making a simple, lightweight, but sturdy interlocking table. The table top is 24 by 30 inches, and the height is 30 inches.
All you need is:
*(6) 24" x 18" sheets of 1/4" plywood (I used a good quality dense furniture-grade 5-ply birch). You should be able to get (10) pieces out of a standard 4ft by 8ft sheet of plywood.
I used a laser at Techshop SF to draw my cut lines on my wood to make it easier, but you could use carbon paper or tracing paper instead.
Step 1: Download This File
This table requires 5 pattern pieces. Four of them are provided here: 1st layer, 2nd layer, 3rd layer and 4th layer. You will also need a a piece I will call "Layer 1b". It's just like "Layer 1" except the middle slot is on the right side instead of the left side
"Layer1Design" Is a lace artwork file that I laser etched onto all my pieces to make them pretty. So go ahead and download those files in this step.
You must have Abobe Illustrator to open these files.