Pull Out Side Table

January 14, 2019 0 Comments

DIY Pull Out Table

"A DIY side table with a little something extra"

I must admit I am always a huge fan of hidden features, so this DIY side table was a fun build for me. A simplistic build with a cool built in feature, it doesn't get any better than that.

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Pull out table

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Pull out table

Even better than that, I got to use some really cool tools during this build. My new  compact DEWALT 20-Volt  Cordless Brushless Drill/Driver and Impact Combo Kit was super helpful during this build. The kit also came with two batteries and a tool bag. This drill/driver and impact kit is ideal for most drilling and fastening applications.

Dewalt Impact Driver

I also want to note that I am a fan of DEWALT's Premium battery pack. IT includes a 20-Volt battery and dual-port charger. its protected by a 3 year warranty and comes with a 1-year free service contract. Can't beat that.

Lets get to it!

Dimensions

Pull Out Table Dimensions

Materiels

- 2x2 @ 6ft

1 - 3/4" plywood (2x4)

1 - 1/2" Pocket Hole Screws

Square Dowel

Cut List

- 2x2 @ 24 1/4"

8 - 2x2 @ 12"

1 - 3/4" plywood (13.5"x15")

1 - 3/4" plywood (10.5"X 12")

Tools Used

DEWALT 20-Volt  Cordless Brushless Drill/Driver and Impact Combo Kit

Kreg Jig

Ryobi Brad Nailer

Ridgid Miter Saw

Step 1: Attach the bottom 2x2s together using a Kreg Jig on a 1 1/2" setting, with 2 1/2" pocket hole screws to attach along with wood glue.

Pull Out Table Dimensions

I used my DEWALT Drill/Driver to drill in my pocket holes along with my handy dandy Kreg Jig, 

DEWALT Brushless Driver

and I used my DEWALT Impact driver to drive in my pocket hole screws into the bottom 2x2 slates. 

Dewalt Drill/Driver and Impact Kit

Step 2:  Attach the assembled bottom to the (24 1/4") 2x2s using a Kreg Jig on a 1 1/2" setting, with 2 1/2" pocket hole screws to attach along with wood glue.

Pull Out Table Dimensions

Step 3:  Attach the top (12") 2x2 supports to the assembled pull out table using a Kreg Jig on a 1 1/2" setting, with 2 1/2" pocket hole screws to attach along with wood glue.

Pull Out Table Dimensions

Step 4:  Attach the front (12") 2x2 to the assembled pull-out table using a Kreg Jig on a 1 1/2" setting, with 2 1/2" pocket hole screws to attach along with wood glue.

Pull Out Table Dimensions

Once the pull out table is assembled it should look a little something like the picture below.

Pull Out Table

Step 5: Next add the dowels to the assembled pull out table. Attach the dowel with a brad nailer, wood glue and brad nails.

Pull Out Table Dimensions

The dowels should be placed so that that 3/4" piece is flush with the top of the assembled base.

DIY Pull Out Table

Step 6: Next assemble the pull out under table by screwing the smaller 3/4" plywood piece to the (12") 2x2  using a Kreg Jig on a 3/4" setting, with 1 1/4" pocket hole screws to attach along with wood glue.

Pull Out Table Dimensions

I cut the two 3/4" tabletop pieces using my Circular saw and Demo Demon saw blade. This blade has a lock tooth technology the allows a strong bond between the blade and the carbide tooth allowing deep impact resistance and longer life. It has great tracking control and made a smooth, effortless cut. Out of all the Diablo blades I have used, this by har has been my favorite. The cut was flawless.

Diablo Demo Demon Blade

Step 7: Attach the 3/4" top to the assembled pull-out table using a brad nailer and brad nails.

Pull Out Table Dimensions

Step 8: Fill all pocket holes using my special technique. See details here.

and WAA-LAHH! There you have it. A DIY Pull Out Table 

DIY Pull Out Table

I am so excited about this build and can't wait to see your go at it!

Thanks for reading! XOXO, Ashley

 

 

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