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  1. Thanks to @Kamadobjorn for the inspiration. The table is the “Applaro” Line. The hardware that you see in the last pictures all came from Hobby Lobby. The table comes with a thin, cheap pull bar and nothing else, not even knobs for the doors. The cooler pic is just for reference as that was what I was doing prior to getting the table. The last pic is sans hardware just the way it comes from IKEA. I used Lenox 18TPI metal jigsaw blades with an adjustable speed jigsaw set to its lowest setting to cut the hole. I used this edge trim from Amazon: Trim If you have any other questions just ask. Cheers.
  2. New to the forum and this would be my first post. I recently purchase the KJ Classic Joe 3, and was hoping to find some plans to build a grill table. I've done some searches, but I'm not sure if any of them would accommodate the Classic Joe 3. If someone could point me in the right direction, I definitely would appreciate it. Thank you in advance.
  3. Hi Fellow Gurus- I've owned a Primo Jr. for about two years and love it. It came with a Cypress table which I don't like. So I'm planning to build my own table out of cedar if possible. I'd appreciate it if anyone on the site has plans they'd like to share with me.
  4. I have a new Kamado Joe Classic. I have been shopping without much success for a sturdy & attractive cart/table for less than my mortgage payment. I have seen plenty of good looking home built projects but I can't find the detailed plans and bill of material. My ideal would be about 42-48" with a drawer under the grill and cabinet alongside. I would really appreciate if someone can point me to a source. Rich
  5. I have a kitchen table that we made out of prefab pine legs, a pine frame, and spare pine flooring as the top. Made over a year ago, it has never been stained or treated, and is sitting out in the shed against the wall. Then, fate brought me the Akorn and an idea... I normally don't need a table, the side tables do me just fine, but with football season starting next weekend, I'm thinking about cutting a U-shape out of this table and treating/painting it (possibly Razorback red/white) so I can just slide the U around the grill during ball games at the house or tailgate. I'll probably put it back in the shed when it's not a game day because I really don't need the excess surface area and would want to preserve the table for as long as possible. Also, the U will still be there if/when I upgrade to a more expensive kamado. For the woodwork savvy people, a few questions: 1) Can this pine even be treated enough to withstand the humidity and elements of Arkansas? 2) Will the flooring end up splitting/shredding a lot when cutting across it? 3) Are there other issues I may run into that I'm not aware of? For everyone else, does the U-shape seem like a good idea? It makes more sense to me than having to reassemble the grill every time I want to move it somewhere without the table.
  6. Hey guys, I got this crazy idea yesterday while finishing my cedar bench to compliment my table about completely redoing a new table and giving the old up for sale to someone that would appreciate it here on the forum. I looked, but haven't seen any for sale section where it would be appropriate to list it for sale. It has metal brackets painted where your kamado would just slide into the opening and bolt it up. Also has a large 1" thick slate reccesed in the bottom part of the table Table is roughly 1 year old, made by me at my job where we specializy in cedar products. It is made out of red western cedar and has been stained by sherwin williams stain. It has always been covered outdoors. There is probably about $150 to $200 just in materials not including labor it took (1.5 weeks) I am not even sure what I would ask for it, but it would have to be locally picked up. Table is very solid, the whole construction is built with quality tools, I have a build thread under my name, and there is a regular wear and tear from everyday cooking on it. Here are some pics of it.
  7. Has anyone seen any plans for building a table for a Vision Classic B grill? I can get an awesome Big Green Egg table at www.jjgeorgestore.com but they need a template to build me a table for my Vision Classic B. Thanks!
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