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How to attah table leg frame to table bottom panel?

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Not quite sure what part(s) you're having problems with. But I'll tell you what I know...

There is a table top (a bunch of boards joined edge-to edge). Under this top is a skirt. The skirt is typically a box that doesn't need the table top for structural support - the legs are attached to the skirt (in the corners). Depending on how the skirt is designed, the legs may be removable (makes the skirt more complex).

Attaching the skirt to the table top can be done in many ways. The best way is to allow for expansion/contraction of the table top. The edge to edge combination of the table top makes for a larger expansion/contraction than the skirt. So the skirt should have a slot instead of a hole for a screw through to the table top.

If you just screw everything together, it will work. But if moisture and/or temperature changes, you may separate the table top, or joints in the skirt.

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