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Heavy Timber Picnic Table

Picnic Table Plan (43613)-with models

What would be better to furnish that timber frame pavilion you have built, than a well-crafted heavy timber picnic table?  The picnic table top is 6 feet wide and just under 3 feet deep. The overall depth, including the attached benches, measures at 5 feet. Show off your joinery skills with the mortise and tenon joints connecting the legs and end top plates.  And there are cool pegged half-lap joints uniting the legs and bracing plate. The table is made extra sturdy by the angled struts that are housed into the bracing and center plate.

This table is constructed of easy-to-handle 4x4 and 4x6 lumber, with 2x6 bench and top lumber. It would make a fun weekend project, or a good beginning project for a novice timber framer.

You will receive a link to download the plan set as soon as you purchase this picnic table plan.  In the pdf, we provide you with 11 pages with all  of the information you need to build this table!  We include 3D drawings that show the table assembled, and also with the pieces pulled apart so you can see how they  work together.  You will have fully dimensioned elevations, with notations explaining the fasteners.  There are also 8 pages of piece drawings showing every timber and every  cut you will make on them. We also provide you with timber and fastener lists so you can easily purchase your materials.

Picnic Table Plan (43614) Interactive 3d Model
Picnic Table Plan (43614) - Plan Overview

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