What is up everybody, In this instructables I am gonna make a portable wooden human table from leftover wood.
Note that this is just a fun project and is probably the most useless thing you can make :P
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Step 1: 3d Modeling
Whenever I make something, It always starts in modeling software called solidworks.That is very useful especially if you don’t know how your end product is going to look like.
I copied the design from a gif I found on the internet because it looks really simple to make.
It is just a few planks screwed together and a big plywood board in the middle.
On the bottom of the board I am going to put a foam to protect your knees from hurting and that is pretty much it.
Step 2: Cutting Down the Planks
I have used an old wooden plank with just the right width I could make 2 sides with a single board.
The only thing was to cut it on length and later cut it in half.
With a planer I flatten both sides and after that I sand all surfaces to remove an old grainy pattern from planks.
After that I cut another 44cm plank on which we are gonna sit later on.
Again, few strokes with planer, a bit of sanding and we can already assemble it together.
Step 3: Join Them Together
I drilled 4 holes on each side to prevent screws from splitting the wood and before tighten them up make sure both planes are perfectly lined up.
After that, I drilled some holes for the top board and before screwing that on I coated it with light brown color.
Step 4: Painting and Testing
When the paint was dry I secure the board to the frame and it was finally ready to be tested.
On the bottom I placed a foam to protect your knees because after some time it can get very uncomfortable to sit steady and relaxed. And there we have it.
Yes I know hah that was probably the most useless project so far but hey, it looked cool and it is really funny to sit on and have some drink with a friend.
Thank you for reading this instructable, I hope you enjoyed or at least get inspired to make something in your shop.
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