Today I made the spreaders, the part that holds the legs in position and prevents side-to-side wobble.
The lumber is jointed, and surface planed to smooth and flatten it then bring it to finished thickness.
I slip the parts blank back into the template/jig and use a piloted flush trim bit in the router table to finish the curves. The bit rides along the curved edge of the template and trims the part to the exact same shape.
The router table is next, where I round-over the long edges and the tab-slot.
See you tomorrow!