In this Instructable i will show you how to make a table for ScreenPrinting/Heat press with built in cubbies.
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Step 1: What It's Used For!!!
This Table is gonna be used for screen printing and using a heat press to make T-Shirts with built in cubbies with closing doors!
Step 2: Materials/What I Used!!!
1 ½ Inch Hinges - https://www.amazon.com/Shapenty-Mounting-Stainles...
Safety Hook & Eye 2 Inches - https://www.amazon.com/Safety-Spring-distance-MAD...
5 Inch Kreg Face Clamp - https://www.amazon.com/Face-Clamp-Automatic-Adjus...
Kreg Pocket Hole Screws 1-¼” - https://www.amazon.com/Kreg-SML-C125-500-4-Inch-W...
Black&Decker Lithium 20v - https://www.amazon.com/BLACK-DECKER-LDX120C-Lithi...
Kreg 6in Square Driver Bit - https://www.amazon.com/Kreg-D6X2-6-Inch-Square-Sy...
Stanley Speed Square - https://www.amazon.com/Stanley-46-071-Premium-Squ...
10ft Measuring Tape - https://www.amazon.com/Komelon-410HV-High-Viz-Pro...
48in Drywall T-Square - https://www.amazon.com/Empire-Level-410-48-Drywal...
Irwin Quickgrip Clamps - https://www.amazon.com/IRWIN-QUICK-GRIP-1964758-O...
SawStop PCS175-TGP236 - https://www.amazon.com/SawStop-PCS175-TGP236-Prof...
Kreg Jig K4 Pocket Hole System - https://www.amazon.com/Kreg-K4-Pocket-Hole-System...
Step 3: Cutting to It Size!!!
We Used two sheets of 4 foot by 8 foot plywood for this entire project.
Pieces you will need to cut out (I used a table saw it made it so much easier)
These are the measurements we ended up using
- Two 79 3/8 inches x 31 3/8 inches. pieces used for the top and bottom of the table
- Five 8 inches x 30 3/8 inches. pieces used for the inside dividers and side pieces
- One 8 inches x 72 1/2 inches. piece used for the back of the table
The panels that cover the holes are all different sizes to house different things
- 9 3/8 inches x 18 7/8 inches
- 9 3/8 inches x 19 inches
- 9 3/8 inches x 17 1/2 inches
- 9 3/8 inches x 20 1/4 inches
Step 4: Drilling Pocket Holes!!!
We used a Kreg Jig to drill pocket holes in almost every piece we had except the top and bottom parts.
We Drilled 4 pocket holes on the bottom of the inside dividers and 2 on the side to connect it to the back.
Then we drilled 9 pocket holes on the back piece to drill it to the bottom.
Step 5: Putting It Together!!!
Step on how to put it together (how we did it)
- First we lined up and drilled in the 2 side pieces
- Then we drilled in the back piece into the bottom and side pieces
- Next we lined up the middle dividers and drilled them in
- We drill little holes for the screws for the hinges
- Lastly we screwed the screws into the hinges to create doors