The top (Maple actual 1”x4”) was bread-boxed and pocket holes used to attach them. The top is screwed to a piece of ˝” pine plywood with the granite in between. The legs are attached to the plywood by counter-sunk lag screws. The outside trim is attached by finish nails to top of the table, not the plywood below. 1x4’s attached with pocket holes between the legs. Is there something I should or could have done differently to protect against the top or any other part moving and causing a problem. As I said before, they have had the table almost a year and have not reported any problems.
God made us from dust, but all we can do is make dust.