Standard coffee tables are four feet long by two feet wide with a standard height of around 18" high. We wanted to match these dimensions for the coffee table in our new training center. We also had a bunch of angle iron laying around our facility so I sketched out a basic design that we would go with. We wanted to display the Lincoln Electric Cutting Systems logo within the coffee table, so we bought a piece of glass from a local dealer that matched our final dimensions (2' x 4'). The glass top was 1/4" thick and cost around $90. We wanted the glass to hang over our angle iron by about 4 inches on each side, so the dimensions of the frame would be 40"x 16". The angle iron cut list was as follows: (4) 40" 45° mitre cut both sides (4) 16" 45° mitre cut both sides (4) 14.5" straight cut The height of the casters that we chose depicted the height at which we would cut the vertical pieces of angle iron. Each of the casters were around 3.5 inches tall. The design that we placed under the glass was made using the scan and trace wizard. We simply brought in a black and white version of the Lincoln Electric Cutting Systems logo and followed the steps mentioned in this video. We also cut out the plate that the design would sit on. We used the shape library and selected a rectangle that would fit inside of our frame. It was approximately 39.5" x 15.5". The caster plates were cut out after we purchased the casters themselves. Here is the link so that you can buy the same casters (http://www.harborfreight.com/materi...ight-duty-swivel-caster-with-brake-61854.html). The matching caster brackets are located in the cut file attached below. Let us know in the comments section below if you have any questions!