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This is very clever and looks nice. Thanks for sharing!
that IS clever !
Kudos to you, that is an amazing hack!
Love your hack :)
you can afford an eames lounge chair...go buy a real side table
You seem like the kind of person who pleasures themselves looking at Eames chairs.
...and you can afford to keep your opinion to yourself. This is a very well done hack indeed.
mean spirited comments achieve nothing, this is a very well thought out and executed hack.
Just out of curiousity, how easily does the top layer move around? Is there any lock in place for this hack to keep it from rolling too easily?(P.S. This is super cool and I do want to do it)
if the rails you buy dont include any kind of home location where it locks in, id imagine you could easily achieve this by filing a slight groove in the location of the rails where the wheels would rest in the fully closed position. i guess the deeper the groove the more pronounced the locking effect
Smart idea! Well done!
Side Rails are not included in your material list.
will table tip over easily when top is opened?
It would be nice to know the dimensions of where you cut.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but it looks like you added some two-bys in the LACK after removing the honeycomb?
one question.when you remove the honeycomb and push the top layer piece to the bottom, what do you put on the sides of the hole?
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