Table joint removable leg
I'm new to this forum and rediscovering woodwork.
Building a kitchen table with a rough finish.
The table is relatively large, 2.2m by 0.9m, it then will have two end extensions each 0.5m which I'm planning of simply slotting in each end.
My main concern is achieving adequate rigidity With the legs. I propose to use mortise and tennon, however I need to be able to remove the legs to transport through a door.
I'm concerned that the standard solution of a corner brace will be strong enough. I'd be interested in your thoughts on this and ideally other solutions.
Legs are 4" square' stringers 1.5" x 75mm, top 25mm in american oak or cherry.
Thanks in advance.