Furniture Backing Board New Innovative Material

Furniture backing board offers a low cost and high-quality alternative to more expensive wood designs. The integration of high-end plywood into a furniture plan allows for stability and resistance while allowing great versatility of finishes for the final product. Because of its light color, plywood can easily be painting to match a variety of more expensive wood shades. And the final product will be lighter and easier to uninstall, move and reinstall. Plywood boards make great accents for the dining room. Can be made with shorter legs such as coffee tables and can be used in the workspace as desks or work desks. Stand up on all four legs, and position the leg support plate on top of them. So that the two outer edges of the legs of the table line up perfectly with the two outer edges of the corner of the support board.

Pre-drill three holes in each leg, passing through the support plate and into the leg of the table. Fix the legs in place with the 3-inch wood screws. Keep one of the side plates in place between the table legs on the smaller side. With the widest surface facing out and the flush surface with the support backer board thickness. Place the side plate either flush with the outside edges of the legs or insert 1 inch in the center of the table. Pre-drill three uniformly spaced holes along the support plate and on the side plate. Attach the sideboard to the support plate with the 3-inch wood screws. Pre-drill a hole in the bottom surface of the side plate. 1 inch from each end and an angle from a diagonal on the adjacent leg.

Secure the boards together with a 3-inch wood screw. Which sinks the screw into the wood until the head is not seen from the side. Repeat these steps for the other side plate and the front and back cards, keeping them even, and either all flush or the entire 1-inch box between the legs. Flip the table mounted upside down and put it on top of the bottom of the tabletop. Place the legs mounted evenly in the middle of the table and pre-drill eight evenly spaced holes through the support hardboard uses and into the table top. Taking care not to break through the top surface of the table. Place the table support plate with 1-inch wood screws. Dye or paint the individual pieces of the table before assembly for the most professional final result.