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Timber Frame Dining Room Table
Timber Frame Dining Room Table
Heavy Timber Dining Room Table
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Dining Room Table For a Timber Frame Home

Timber Frame Dining Room Table Plan


SKU: 42074 Category: Tag:

If you are just starting out in timber framing, this dining room table plan may be a good place to begin.  It uses smaller members, so it will be easy to move them around your shop. But with mortise and tenon joints to hone your skills on, and a dramatic wedged tenon to show off in the strut of this dining room table. This would also be a fun weekend project for an experienced timber framer.

  • 36”x 60” table top
  • Four mortise and tenon  joints
  • Two wedged tenon joints
  • 2”x 4”, 4”x 4” and 4“x 6” material
  • Top fastened with 5/16" Offset Z-Clips  

When you buy these plans we send you a link to download the PDFs of two plan sets.  The construction set has three dimensional views of the table so you can picture the finished product. We include an exploded 3D view so you can see how the pieces interact. There are dimensioned plan and elevation views. There is also a 6-page dimensioned piece drawing set that shows you every cut you will be making. You can print these from your home printer and get to framing!

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Dining Room Table Plan Overview
Dining Room Table Plan (42074) - Piece Overview

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  1. Wind / hurricane / tornado
  2. Seismic / earthquake
  3. Heavy snow
  4. Flood potential
  5. Soil instability
  6. Timber Frame Engineering

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