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    Building a table for my In-laws

    My Mother and Father in-law live on a golf coarse. They have a grill out back but no table to sit things on. So I decided to build a table that has golf ball feet . The table starts off with 3/16" by 1" flat bar rolled up to build the top than I added expanded metal for the surface. The legs are made of 1"x 1" by 1/8" square tubing at 120 degrees apart. Last but not least I bored holes threw the golf balls to build the feet. The very last picture is the final table powered coated Black.
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    Those golf ball feet are a nice touch.

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    Great job ...
    Sorry my mistakes in english.
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    Nicely fabbed table. Metal outdoor furniture are durable and resist weathering well (with the powdercoat).

    Al


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