Angled Mitered table legs
First post.. I would like to build an outdoor dining table based on the attached picture. I am planning to use Western red cedar, and the desired dimensions are 8' long, 42" wide and 30" high. Based on the picture, I believe my plan is 40% longer...
1. How can I make sure the miter joints are strong enough? will splines do the trick or need something else?
2. I really like the design detail that the legs double as breadboard ends, but concerned table length will not hold and I need to add some support. any suggestions / advise?
Thanks in advance!