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Large Dining Table Woodworking Plans

Large Dining Table Woodworking Plans

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Printable PDF woodworking plans for a large dining table. Can be used for an outdoor door dining as well.

Create the perfect entertaining area with this large dining table. The 8' long table is perfect for a large family or for entertaining a crowd. 

Premium PDF Plans include:

  • Recommended Tools
  • Materials list
  • Detailed cut list
  • Step-by-step instructions with 3D renderings
  • Helpful resources
  • BONUS: 3D SketchUp file

Final table size is 96" x 38".

PLEASE NOTE: You are purchasing the digital files only, no actual product will be shipped. The build plans are delivered as a downloadable PDF that you can print or view on any device. 

What You'll Receive

Printable PDF Build Plans
Bonus SketchUp File

Finished Dimensions

96" long x 38" wide x 31 3/4" tall

Materials Needed

(3) 4x4, 8’ long boards
(1) 1x6, 2’ long board
(3) 2x4, 8’ long boards
(1) 2x8, 8’ long board
(4) 2x10, 8’ long boards
1 1/4” construction screws
4” construction screws
2 1/2” pocket hole screws
Wood glue

Recommended Tools

Miter saw
Pocket hole jig
Impact driver
Speed square
Optional: Router

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews


Guy Johnson
Dining Bench Plans

Very sturdy, great plans. I changed it up a little with adding an upholstery cushion on a plywood base rather than the 6" boards - looks great, thank you for the plans

Glen Cowing
Outdoor Dining Table Plans

Hi Kati;
I have not done any woodworking for a number of years. I want to change our existing outdoor furniture. Trying to find something the size I wanted was difficult so I thought, maybe, I can make a table, chairs can be purchased. I had a basic idea of what I wanted in a table but could not get started. I reviewed a few DIY table projects and found yours seemed to fit part of the bill. Using it and adapting with my own thoughts hopefully this will work out. The problem I have now is lack of availability of materials I want to use.
Glen Cowing

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