Build a Wine Rack Table - Table 00005

By: Plancanvas Jan 22, 2007

This plan (my wife's favorite!) guides you in making a side table which can hold up to eight bottles from one 4x8 piece of three-quarter inch thick plywood.

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This modern table can be also be used to hold wine glasses or books, perfect for entertaining. The table is simple to make, stylish, and can be made with only a jigsaw and drill.

Size:

Width 28"
Height 39 1/2"
Length 16"

Main Tool: Jigsaw and Drill

Main Supplies

Plywood - 4' by 8' 3/4" thick ~$20
Dowel Pins - Pack of 50 ~$3

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I just stared playing with SketchUp, and though I have zero CAD experience, I found it pretty easy and fun. Also, they let you download models from their huge 'warehouse' of designs, which makes learning easier.

I use TurboCAD to model and render the images.  I use the CAD program to design the furniture, then build prototypes.  After the design is OK to go, I create the plans using Open Office and GIMP using the CAD renderings.  If the prototype ends up looking nice, I'll use the picture of that instead of the renderings.

I haven't yet tried Google Sketchup, but I hear that it is a very good tool!

Any critiques would be appreciated!!

Do you use Google Sketchup to make your renderings?
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