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  1. juanrf2122
    October 9, 2019 @ 6:35 am

    That is a great project

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  2. Elias Solo
    October 9, 2019 @ 6:35 am

    7:11 my favorite part 😋😋👍🏽

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  3. OTIS CAMPBELL
    October 9, 2019 @ 6:35 am

    Lock washers work too ! Overall great project kevin and tommy ! ! Thanks ! !👍👍👍

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  4. Jorge Mendoza
    October 9, 2019 @ 6:35 am

    You make it look easy…thank you for sharing this video….well lets work on this proyect.

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  5. Humbled Man
    October 9, 2019 @ 6:35 am

    amateurs ….lol

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  6. Dean Slegos
    October 9, 2019 @ 6:35 am

    4:19 triple h D-Generation x impersonation?

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  7. ro63rto
    October 9, 2019 @ 6:35 am

    What should I use to weatherproof it for English "summer" weather?

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  8. Jesse
    October 9, 2019 @ 6:35 am

    kevin is annoying

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  9. anne neilsen
    October 9, 2019 @ 6:35 am

    Look. Great 👍 thank you for sharing have a great day ☀

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  10. Paul Andrew Mitchell
    October 9, 2019 @ 6:35 am

    Luv you guys. Tommy, you're a genius!

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  11. bubbiemarie30
    October 9, 2019 @ 6:35 am

    Ask this old house how do u know what angle to cut for the picnic table

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  12. arthur11114
    October 9, 2019 @ 6:35 am

    I'm just getting into woodworking as a young adult and am loving this hobby. But I have always had the impression that building things yourself, like a picnic table, will save you a significant amount of money. But looking on homedepot for picnic tables, https://www.homedepot.com/p/Lifetime-6-ft-Heather-Beige-Folding-Picnic-Table-60244/303239460, for $120 dollars you can buy a fully made foldable picnic table, whereas here you have to spend 80 dollars for wood and spend at least 1 and a half hours. Am I getting something wrong, or are the savings in this hobby just not as large as many think?

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  13. Broderick Clayburn
    October 9, 2019 @ 6:35 am

    Hi

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  14. I'm a person 2
    October 9, 2019 @ 6:35 am

    Instructions unclear, my bird house sucks

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  15. charles roberts
    October 9, 2019 @ 6:35 am

    How far sort do the legs gp

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  16. charles roberts
    October 9, 2019 @ 6:35 am

    How long are the leg supports

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  17. Diego Martinez
    October 9, 2019 @ 6:35 am

    The legs are not cut at 32.25…. they are cut to 36.25…. if you cut a piece of at 32.25 and then make the 28 degree amgles it will only be 28 inches

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  18. Ertan Akdeniz
    October 9, 2019 @ 6:35 am

    Mostly I'm distracted by this Tom Silva guy's headmaster sounding conversations and I lose my concentration thinking that the picnic table I will try to make will be thrown into the fireplace. He has always an angry face like a prison wall (2:02 of the vid…..!). Yet I'm sure he is not a kind of guy inside. I don't know……

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  19. Peter Georgeopolus
    October 9, 2019 @ 6:35 am

    Would you recommend a lag bolt with washer and nut to tie all the table together. Or. Do you think its overkill

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  20. Andrew G
    October 9, 2019 @ 6:35 am

    Do they post printable plans for this>?

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  21. Pavel Baranov
    October 9, 2019 @ 6:35 am

    That's I call action!) Many thanks, guys! I'll try to do something similar!)

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  22. Grundy
    October 9, 2019 @ 6:35 am

    My table came out awesome! Great project for me and the kiddos. Thanks guys!

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  23. Alexander Sangster
    October 9, 2019 @ 6:35 am

    How’s that 2000$ miter saw compare to my 800$ makita?

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  24. Brandy Hawking
    October 9, 2019 @ 6:35 am

    I think you can learn more about it on wood prix's page.

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  25. Neil Hendricks
    October 9, 2019 @ 6:35 am

    Greetings
    Simple build and great if it is not exposed to the weather. When I built my last three tables from rough-cut Red Pine 2×6, I used a countersink bit to pre-drill all holes to avoid splitting the ends and used 3" deck screws throughout. To avoid face screwing the seats and top, I added cleats underneath; screwing to the legs and cross-brace horizontally then from the bottom of the cleat into the seat and top boards. Added effort and screws but there are no divots in the flat top surfaces for water to puddle and ruin all your hard work.
    It would also be simpler, in some ways, to apply stain and finish prior to assembly. Applying a top-end finish will do a lot to keep the project useful for many years. Remember, adhesion and cohesion – water loves to migrate between all the tight joints and bacteria etc. migrate right along with the water. Wood decomposition depends on moisture and unprotected, close-fitting surfaces.
    And, from the comments, using half-lap joints for the cross-braces is easy to do and much stronger/safer than trusting screws alone. I am not sure I want to trust two or three screws to hold the joint together after a few seasons outside when uncle Bubba and aunt Freda take a seat.
    Happy Woodworking

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  26. M4st3r0fN0n3
    October 9, 2019 @ 6:35 am

    should have gotten a countersink bit so the screw holes looked neater. those are easy enough to fill with liquid nails or a dowel rod cut to length

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  27. Mudpie321
    October 9, 2019 @ 6:35 am

    Thanks guys, I can't wait to build this table! I think I will stain all boards before I assemble I'll let you know how it works out

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  28. CnF C.W P
    October 9, 2019 @ 6:35 am

    Should have interlocking A frames

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  29. Mr. Tommy Badger
    October 9, 2019 @ 6:35 am

    How long is that construction adhesive going to last with UV exposure, the table in and out of the weather and with constant movement from people eating and moving it around? Does it make sense to use it?

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  30. yes
    October 9, 2019 @ 6:35 am

    should you paint or seal???

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  31. Efrain Martinez
    October 9, 2019 @ 6:35 am

    Awesome video!!

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  32. joseph Norcal USA #1
    October 9, 2019 @ 6:35 am

    Nice job, you guys !!

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  33. Larry Cook
    October 9, 2019 @ 6:35 am

    Tom, how come you don't use an impact driver?

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  34. Benjamin Wood
    October 9, 2019 @ 6:35 am

    Tommy Silva got the FesTool on deck! He doesn't fuck with any broke boy Milwaukee or Makita!

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  35. stevensrspcplusmc
    October 9, 2019 @ 6:35 am

    Festool tools are crap and overpriced ! Watch the videos were they take them apart and show how they are made. Dewalt ,Milwaukee ,and makita made better power tools

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  36. stevensrspcplusmc
    October 9, 2019 @ 6:35 am

    I never space boards .. they always shrink and you have big gaps

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  37. BOOM THE BOX
    October 9, 2019 @ 6:35 am

    يااااقوم😂😂

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  38. Nicholas Smith
    October 9, 2019 @ 6:35 am

    Oh, we'll clean your gutters. However, you have to give us something in return.

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  39. Damnit Bobby
    October 9, 2019 @ 6:35 am

    Why do we need bowling shoes?

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  40. ต่อ ท่อตัน
    October 9, 2019 @ 6:35 am

    สุดยอดเลยครับ

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  41. Ramirez Painting Service
    October 9, 2019 @ 6:35 am

    That kapex sounds rusty. Almost like it lacks power

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  42. Jim Minor
    October 9, 2019 @ 6:35 am

    Love This Old House.

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  43. Irving G.
    October 9, 2019 @ 6:35 am

    Just curious but why does Mr. Silva use such a long Philip bit on his drill?

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