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Normally a silicon pad is stuck on top of each leg to both cover the bolt head that holds the top and bottom part of each leg to the wood top, as well as provide a friction point to keep the glass from sliding. The glass is 2" less wide and 2" less long than the wood top to reduce the chance of bumping the glass. There is also an alignment pin between the leg parts to keep them aligned. The tempered glass is 3/8" thick and heavier than the wood base. It won't move relative to the base without lifting it up.
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That sounds like it will work as long as there are no small kids in the family.

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