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Belknap Hill Trading Post Knock Down Plywood Work Table
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Belknap Hill Trading Post

Knock Down Plywood Work Table

$89.99 /each

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Both attractive and multi-functional, this easy-to-assemble Knock Down Plywood Work Table from Belknap Hill Trading Post functions as a temporary or permanent workspace solution. In just 3 simple steps, you can assemble and take apart the 5-piece table in less than 3 minutes with no tools required. Ideal for tight spaces, the table stores flat and out of sight in a closet or under a bed when not in use. Made of strong, 3/4 in. thick birch plywood, the table takes up little room in vehicles when unassembled, so it’s a perfect choice for events and tailgating, too.

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  • Convenient, simple, 3-step assembly with no tools or fasteners required
  • Large surface area measures nearly 12 sq. ft. to support a variety of materials and uses
  • Lays flat when unassembled for convenient storage and transportation
  • Durable birch plywood construction for long-lasting use
  • Great for workrooms, tailgating parties, craft projects and more

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How many pounds?

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June 24, 2016
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Heavy enough that I have not even attempted to assemble it. I guess that means it is a sturdy table once assembled, and I hope to get there some day, but my need has not been great enough to deal with it.
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Can a person in a seat scoot in under the table or do the knees get in the way?

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May 31, 2016
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Yes, the table is the height of a traditional desk. About 29". One would comfortably fit there knees below the top.
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How sturdy is it? How much weight can it hold?

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While this light-duty table is capable of supporting good amounts of evenly distributed weight, setting heavy objects or applying force along its edges or at its corners alone may cause the convenient removable tabletop to come unseated from the grooves that hold it in place at the opposite quadrant. If the quick set-up and knock-down feature of this attractive, well-designed table is of lesser Read More
While this light-duty table is capable of supporting good amounts of evenly distributed weight, setting heavy objects or applying force along its edges or at its corners alone may cause the convenient removable tabletop to come unseated from the grooves that hold it in place at the opposite quadrant. If the quick set-up and knock-down feature of this attractive, well-designed table is of lesser importance to you, you may want to consider securing the tabletop to the 2 vertical leg pieces—thus allowing it to accommodate a greater amount of unevenly distributed weight along its edges and corners. To secure and stabilize the tabletop, drill a fastener (screw) down through the tabletop into each end of the 2 vertical leg pieces. Read Less
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How long is the table?

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I plan to use as sewing table with a sewing mat. The mat's dimension is 59x36. Is the table long enought to fit. See mat image attached.
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The table top is 48 in wide (horizontally) x 35 5/8 in depth, and the table leg/supports are 34 ¼ in wide from each external edge (horizontally). It sounds like your mat is 3 ft x 5 ft, or close to it, so this table should fit well without being “bigger” than your mat.
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 60 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Sturdy and versatile I bought this table initially to take camping, as I was looking for a breakdown cooking surface, but sanded and stained, the table now serves as a sewing and hobby work surface. The plywood veneer is not furniture-grade, but it is solid and stable, with no rough edges, and the work surface is large enough to handle small to mid-sized projects. Pieces assemble easily. I have not owned it long enough to store it, but I'd recommend storing it flat to minimize warping. August 6, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great little table Nice table. It set up easily, but the instructions about which way to face the legs were slightly confusing. It is strong and able to support heavy projects, like my flat file. It would be a little heavy to move often, but I really like it. August 6, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Exactly what I expected The table is just what I wanted. It is sturdy enough to work off of, and I can finish it to match my room February 10, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great way to extend work surfaces, lacks some rigidity Material is quality 3/4" plywood. Assembly is easy (tabs into slots kind of thing) and produces a 48" x 48" work surface. However, there is a little wobble since there is no hardware to tighten the play at the assembly points. This makes for rapid set up and breakdown, but it isn't a suitable base for power tool work unless used as in or out feed for a more stable surface like a table saw. Breakdown is into 5 pieces. The table ships in a cardboard box that is not suitable for storage. That makes it awkward to put away since it isn't feasible to carry all five individual pieces at once. It would be easy to make this table more rigid, but at the expense of convenience. August 6, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by This is not a portable table unless you are strong I bought this thinking easy up, easy down. When the delivery man arrived I met him at the truck and he told me that I could not carry this myself. He was correct. The table is 60+lbs according to the driver. Most of that weight is in the table top. That is not mentioned in the specs but you might want to consider that before you purchase. I have not put it up yet but the table top is very study. Understand, you are not getting a nicely finished table - the top surfaces are plywood and sanded (not finished), the sides have your normal press wood appearance. If you want to leave it up, you could apply press on laminate to the sides. You do need to finish it with something to keep it from staining or marking easily. December 14, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Not bad... This table is great. My family uses it for sewing and crafting. I stained and applied edge banding around high use areas. The table has countless other uses as long as you finish accordingly and is a good starter project for beginning furniture re/finishers. My only complaint is that one cross beam is cut against the grain and the other beam is cut with the grain. In other words one board's grain is horizontal and the other is vertical. Other than that is is pretty solid. September 23, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nice Storable Wood Work Table The plywood work table, when disassembled, is quite heavy to move from where you store it to where it's being used. However, considering the alternative of a folding table made of plastic or light metal, I'll take the heavy wood any day. It's well made and the parts fit together well. January 20, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Solid table for a variety of uses This table is sturdy and good for a variety of uses. They come unfinished so you need to first sand them then seal or paint them. The primary use for me was for dining in a campout environemnt. The only problems I had with it is disassembly and the packaging it came in. It was a bit hard to take the table apart and when the tables were delivered the packaging was not intact. I insisted on inspecting the contents before leaving the store to make sure there were no problems - none were found. August 6, 2013
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