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identical. For the square-tapered tegs, use a tapering jig with your table saw to do the job quickly and cleanly.
Lay out mortises in the legs, allowing for a )&" setback of the aprons as shown in Figure 4, and use a %'' drill bit to clear out waste, finishing up with a chisel.
The aprons are next cut from stock, and you'll note that their lengths differ according to what type joinery you use. Shape tenons on the apron ends and cut grooves as shown in Detail C for the tabletop fasteners. These are sold in many hardware stores or can be ordered from mail
order firms specializing in cabinetmaking supplies. It's best to have the fasteners on hand before cutting the grooves so that a perfect fit can be obtained.
Cut two long notches in both the front and back aprons for the swing-out supports. Note that one end of the notch is cut at about 45 degrees to serve as a stop, while the other end is cut square to the apron. Cut four wings to fit these notches and drill the wings and aprons for a steel pivot pin. Use a doweling jig or drill press to drill for these pins, as they must be perfectly vertical. A small washer provides slight clearance