Without casters, my table became problematic in my limited gaming space (read: small game room). Solution: wheels!
|Plans and sketches drawn, noted and ready for assembly.|
|Here's a sample of my plan and elevation combining |
CAD drawings with sketched notes and dimensions.
|Here's a test fit of the parts and pieces before any drilling, fastening, etc.|
|My buddy Mikey measuring twice and cutting once.|
|The all important casters attach to the 4x4 table legs.|
Lesson learned: ALL legs should have swivels for easy maneuvering -
not just the two. Bottom line: buy two sets!
|No nails were used. Bolted and screwed for easy dis-assembly if needs be.|
|Bottom storage shelf also acts as a shear panel |
(for you structural engineer types) and added support stability.
|Notice the sag? "Arrrrrghh!" I cried in frustration.|
The sag is a product of two MDF boards butted together to create a 5'x7' playing area.