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Bamboo BBQ Table


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I had just bought a ceramic BBQ Grill, but did not like the stand or table options from the store. So, I decided to make my own using bamboo hardwood flooring that was left over from a 2nd floor home renovation (another ryobi tool project). The grill manufacturer provided a basic diagram for its grill tables, and I modified it to match my needs. My local stone&tile store provided me with the extra-thick slate to hold the grill and absorb the heat on the bottom. All the work was done with my trusty Ryobi tools: 2 Drills, Orbital jig saw, Rotary cutter, Circular saw, Reciprocating saw, and Miter saw. My Ryobi handvac was also handy during cleanup. It was an awesome DIY project that wasn't too difficult, as long as you have the right tools.

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  • I need to make one for my primo oval xl
    By ayesamson, on March 25, 2013

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Bamboo BBQ Table

by goblue
Mar 30, 2012

I had just bought a ceramic BBQ Grill, but did not like the stand or table options from the store. So, I decided to make my own using bamboo hardwood flooring that was left over from a 2nd floor home renovation (another ryobi tool project). The grill manufacturer provided a basic diagram for its grill tables, and I modified it to match my needs. My local stone&tile store provided me with the extra-thick slate to hold the grill and absorb the heat on the bottom. All the work was done with my trusty Ryobi tools: 2 Drills, Orbital jig saw, Rotary cutter, Circular saw, Reciprocating saw, and Miter saw. My Ryobi handvac was also handy during cleanup. It was an awesome DIY project that wasn't too difficult, as long as you have the right tools.