If You Can Build This Table You Can Build Almost Anything



How to build a small table. The pocket hole jig changed my life. Crazy that a tool can do that huh? I’ll show you the basics of pocket hole joinery that you can use in almost any furniture build. Buy the Massca M2 Pocket Hole Jig –

Plans for this table –

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*Videos To Watch Next*
How to Build a Table Top with Pocket Screws –
Pocket Hole Tips and Tricks

Other Videos Mentioned:
Outdoor Sectional Build –
Dining Table Build –
End Table Build –
How to Distress Paint on Wood –

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Tools in Video
Massca Pocket Hole Jig –
Massca M2 Combo with Face Clamp
Massca Face Clamp –
Dust Collection adapter to Massca Jig –
DeWALT Right Angle Attachment –
1 1/4 Inch Screws –
2 1/2 inch screws –
Adjustable Push Block For Table Saw –
Push Stick For Table Saw –
1/8″ Roundover Bit –
Pocket Hole Screw Guide (scroll down page)
RYOBI Tools I Used –

Other Tools Used:
Metal Tool Wall –
Miter Saw –
Stop Block System on my Miter Saw –
Table Saw –
Sander I Use –
Dust Extractor –
T-Shirt I’m Wearing –

Other Tools/Equipment I’m Asked About Often:
Boots I’m Wearing –
Where I get my t-shirts (mostly)
Toolbox in Background –
Tool Wall over Miter Station –
Digital YouTube Sign –

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0:00 How to Build an End Table
0:20 Cutting Side Aprons
0:30 Cutting legs for table
1:13 How to Use a Pocket Hole Jig
5:36 Drilling Pocket Holes
6:01 Building Bottom Shelf for End Table
6:48 Assembling the End Table
8:05 Screwing in Pocket Screws without Stripping
10:49 Installing Bottom Shelf
12:05 Wood Movement Myth
12:42 Building a Table Top
14:45 Installing the Table Top
15:44 Making Beginner Project Look Professional
16:25 How to fix a wobbly table
16:58 Best Pocket Hole Projects
17:23 How Strong is Pocket Hole Joinery?

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