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    Default Table connects

    I see some other threads on benches, here are a couple pics.
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    We built hundreds with tube, they were gang cut parts and fit like this. If you are using angle like the second pic.
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    In fact I clean up the pic a little. Holds all the pieces together with the least fit and weld. You could weld the snot out of it, double the weld and make it 5% stronger which in its application is pretty much irrelevant.
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    Along angles we used small welds, maybe 1/8 or so not more than 1 1/2 long. dont need to be closer than a foot.

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    I agree with this.

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    Sberry - You did good. This should be put in some kind of instructional sticky as I've seen a number of questions pertaining to this very thing.

    Good info and thanks for posting.

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