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    I got tired of bending down all the time so I made me a Dutch oven Table.

    The Tables a 1/8Ē sheet, 18Ē x36Ē, Used a jig saw for all my cuts.
    I used picnic table legs from an old table, weld them to the bottom. Youíll see I offset one side 1Ē so the legs lay flat and cut 1Ē off the ends.
    (Using the Coleman stove concept), for the wind screen I used 24 GA with piano hinge and riveted it to the trim, I stuck a magnet to the top of the wind screen so then you close it up it sticks to the table surface (JB Weld)
    Iím adding 2 removable side trays to the out side. Iíll add a handle to the front, this will also hold charcoal tongs.


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    Not really shoure what its for. But whatever it is it looks like its well done.

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    • #3
      It's for cookin on
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      • #4
        looks good!
        i like the idea of folding legs.
        i got mine going right now, i use my grill, im sure a table would be much better though.
        Flash me, Im a Welder

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        • #5
          I started another table this morning; this is going to be a propane double burner.

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          • #6
            Settin in de SNOW

            Settin down here in SouthEast Texas in DE SNOW, I been mullin over those dutch oven cookin tables & how good of a idear they are! Gonna start lookin for some table legs & start one when we get past the BIG THAW! Darn snow DEC 4th in SET! BTW have U got more pics of tables & what's good material for the charcoal bowls?!
            RoHo
            Dayton, Texas

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            • #7
              Dutch Oven Table

              Table height 29 inches. The legs, (Folding Banquet Table Legs) youíll be able to pick up at Loweís or Home Depot. I got mine after a good party.
              Old heavy tin pie trays work well, I had a few melt through on the thinner ones, I like the 9 inch Teflon cake pans for starting coals.

              I left a 4 inch openings on both corners, using a 4 inch natural hair bristle paint brush (so it wonít melt) I can sweep the ashes off into a tin bucket. I thought about making little sliding tray under that area,

              On the wind screen, I cut the off the end of the rivet, they stuck out to far; center punched to flare it out and pounded it smooth, down at the bottom where I riveted the piano hinge to the wind screen I didnít cut the rivet, took black gasket sealer and dabbed the end of the rivet. That way when itís folded in it wonít dig into the side wings

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              • #8
                Hay Richard
                I also used my grill for years to get it off the ground.
                I took these photos for a gal, she was so puzzled, asking how I balance a three legged oven on a grill, and for the life of her she just didnít get it. She asked if I could cut her two and mail them out to her.
                I still laugh about it.

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                • #9
                  we all hve to start somewhere right?
                  but if it works, it works.
                  Flash me, Im a Welder

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                  • #10
                    I had never seen the burners on the bottom. what kind of burners do you use.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by m.k.swelding View Post
                      I had never seen the burners on the bottom. what kind of burners do you use.
                      m.k.swelding

                      Iím using cast iron burners; they put out a larger burn surface and BTU rating than ones on camp stoves. Lot of my skillets are 12 & 14 inches.
                      I can still make my frame 36Ē x 18Ē x 4Ē, use 24 GA under and around sides of the burners. And keep the range height about 34 inches.
                      What Iím trying to do is cut down on the weight; My Dutch Oven Table weighs 37 Lbís.
                      A two burner, valve Assembly with controls and a regulatorís all you need.
                      For ideas take a look at the Coleman stove parts list. At first I thought about ripen one apart.

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                      • #12
                        HEy check out this site, dont know if you been here yet but im sure you will like it. plus you can show off that nice table you build yourself


                        http://www.thesmokering.com/forum/index.php
                        Flash me, Im a Welder

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                        • #13
                          One of my first welding projects was a dutch oven table. I made it by welding up some angle iron and a piece of cold rolled steel for the flat surface. Legs were black iron pipe attached to the table by threading them into pipe caps that were welded to the bottom of the table. (I don't actually recall if the pipe caps were welded or brazed.)

                          I was pretty happy with how it turned out, and the best thing was that it didn't cost me much more to build than it would have to have bought a slightly nicer table from Camp Chef.

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