Magic Table

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Introduction: Magic Table



Step 1: Table Frame

Make table frame

Step 2: Table Top

Make Table top and cut

Step 3: Holes

Make holes in table top

Step 4: "Table Cloth"

and stick like this:

Step 5: Montage Table Top

Screw table-top

Step 6: Lock

Make lock

Step 7: Finish

enjoy,

Good luck

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    97 Discussions

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    jlsajfj
    jlsajfj

    5 years ago on Introduction

    wait evil, i seem to see a "be nice" comment policy near the make comment button...

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    MaltedFalcon
    MaltedFalcon

    8 years ago on Introduction

    I think most people are missing the point that this is a piece of a magic trick
    so when he says Magic table, he means it.
    its not supposed to be a full sized table...

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    XOIIO
    XOIIO

    8 years ago on Introduction

    Semms like someone just ripped this off, dfivx screenshots and no real instructions, pathetic.

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    cmlucht
    cmlucht

    8 years ago on Introduction

    that would make a awesome work table, tank what im working on apart flip for tool and screw storage, when done repairing flip back and have all my stuff back on top.

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    ninjaknow
    ninjaknow

    11 years ago on Introduction

    this is a very cool device but i really cant figure out a use for it

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    ndinitz
    ndinitz

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

     um... use it to hide away your unfinished projects from people with distractable eyes. or better yet, when someone complains about your mess flip the table-top and voila! mess gone ;-)

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    MattGyver92
    MattGyver92

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Dinnertime. Mom tells you to do the dishes. Wait until she leaves the room, and FLIP! No more dishes!

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    grundisimo
    grundisimo

    11 years ago on Introduction

    6* definitely awesome noone can argue with that and if they can they are just negative and heartless.

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    thinkdunson
    thinkdunson

    11 years ago on Introduction

    i've got it.

    you make the split long-ways instead of width-ways so that there is less to swing, and put it smack dab in the center. then you can attach the cloth to the complete outer edge of both sides. full coverage and easier to swing without watching out for the fan!

    plus you could use the idea i mentioned below by attaching the cloth to the surface near the center of the leaf that will be in the back, so that it'll pull it up and hide it better. or use a spring to attach it right on the seam so it can be tight when there's nothing in it, and stretch when there is.

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    Marble of Doom

    A picture's worth a thousand words, but some times you do need an explanation of your steps. This is really cool but it's really vague when you only have 3-4 words to go on.