DIY Modern Plywood Dining Table

I built this DIY Modern Dining Table (66″ x 32″) entirely out of baltic birch plywood. Plywood is an underrated building material, and baltic birch is a dream to work with. Where I live a 4’x8’ panel (it’s most often found in 5’x5’ panels) runs $60. I used three panels, but I could have used two if I pieced the second layer of the table top together. This table can be built for around $120 in materials, but it is extremely sturdy and solid. The trapezoidal table base only looks complicated to build, but with a little careful planing and cutting, its easy. I laminated 6 layers of 2 inch wide strips, so the table base is 4 1/2 inches wide. The exposed plies give this piece a unique look. Thanks for checking it out. Let me know what you like/don’t like in the comments and check out some of my other builds.

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** Things I used **

3 4’x8’ sheets of 3/4” Baltic Birch Plywood (I could’ve used 2, but I wanted a solid table top) –
1/2” Walnut Dowel –
Bessey Clamps –
Glue –
Glue Bot –
Incra Rule –
Incra Miter Gauge –
Angle Finder –
Plywood Carrier –
Grizzly Track Saw –
Bosch Sander –
Sanding Pads –
Grizzly Jointer –
Drill –
Drill Press –
Forstner Bits –
Spax Screws –
Flush Trim Saw –
Sanding Block –
Wipe-On Poly –
Favorite Pencils –
My Camera –
My Lights –
My Mic –
My Favorite Knife –


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