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Heikō XL 84'' (L BGE, Big Joe)
* SOLD WITHOUT CONCRETE TOPS
DESCRIPTIONOur very first table build. Heiko is the Japanese name for parallel lines, This design is inspired by the clean parallel lines found in much of japanese design. The appoximate cost to build this table is around $500. Listed below are some sources I used (some are affilates). Click to get FREE plans.
TOOLS I USEDRIDGID Wet Dry Vacuums - $124.25 DEWALT 12" Sliding Compound Miter Saw - $399.00 10-Inch Drill Press - $119.99 Bosch Speed Sander/Polisher - $166.98
MATERIALS I USEDCedar 1"x4" (x18), 2"x4" (x7), and 4"x4"(x3) 8' lengths - Knotty Cedar - 1x4 - $6, 2x4 - $11.28, 4x4 - $25 Clear Caulk - $6.67 Rebar Laminate Particle Board - $34.98 Cement - $18.56 (x2) Kreg Pocket Hole Deck Screw - $7.99 20" Closed Length Push-to-Open Drawer Slides - $21.82/per pair Concealed Half-Mortise Mount Cabinet Hinge - $5.40ea (x6) Low Profile Castor - $19.95ea (x2) Low Profile Castor w/ Brake - $22.72ea (x2) Rapidfire Chimney Starter - $14.99
Estimated DIY cost $675
Kamado Table DIY Heiko 64" (Part 1)
Kamado Table DIY Heiko 64" (Part 2)
Heiko 64'' Build: Part 1 (Framing)
Check out our videos associated with this build! Parts 2, 3, & 4 to be releases soon!
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