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Flat Pack Cardboard Table Easy Breakdown no tools


Jeff Projects
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Jeff Projects
Jeff Projects

This table is made from recycled cardboard glued together. It is quite sturdy and great for kids crafts. I glued 12 sheets of cardboard together alternating the corrugation lines and screwed down to my workbench to get it nice and tight. After it all dried I sketched my patterns out and cut out with my Ryobi cordless laser circular saw. I put a 1/4" sheet of hardboard on top to provide a hard surface for writing. This is an easy project, the hardest part is finding the cardboard.

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  • Good work! Thats some clean cardboard.
    By JonnyT, on February 2, 2014

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Flat Pack Cardboard Table Easy Breakdown no tools

by Jeff Projects
Jan 27, 2014
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This table is made from recycled cardboard glued together. It is quite sturdy and great for kids crafts. I glued 12 sheets of cardboard together alternating the corrugation lines and screwed down to my workbench to get it nice and tight. After it all dried I sketched my patterns out and cut out with my Ryobi cordless laser circular saw. I put a 1/4" sheet of hardboard on top to provide a hard surface for writing. This is an easy project, the hardest part is finding the cardboard.