Lego table in the attic, made of MDF and pine, by Jeroen

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I finally have a big table where I can display Lego and build on it. The table is just big enough to lay out a reasonable Lego track with some streets along it. This way the nephews and nieces can also play.
(That Barbapappa door still belongs to the previous residents)

Large custom play table

I first designed everything in Sketchup .
First I sawed the 8 legs to size from beams of 40x70mm.
I took into account that adjustable screw feet needed to be placed underneath, which were around 2.5cm high. These feet are to make the whole thing level, since the floor in the attic is not perfectly flat. In retrospect, my choice of feet was not very convenient because they actually have to be adjusted from above. However, it also works with pliers.

I made the frame with 40x40cm beams. I mainly made the attachment with angled screw holes. I only used screws, no glue.

The table tops are screwed on from above.

The challenge was mainly attaching the legs. With the first three legs it is a very wobbly whole and if you work alone it is quite difficult. Luckily I had a large stack of boxes that I could use as temporary legs.

The dimensions of the project

The large top is 240.0x130.0cm and the small protruding top is ~ 98.0x65.0cm.
The entire table is 70.0cm high.

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