The Table On The App Store

The Project Table, from RedPower 2 , is a mix between a Crafting Table and a Chest. Use the Table app to find and communicate with people at your church, pray for needs as they’re posted, and find serving opportunities that complement your skills and interests. I already had some tiger maple that was left over from the dining room table I built some time back. Recipe plans can also be removed from the table and stored or inserted into another table.

The project table also has 18 slots at the bottom of the GUI where you can put more items in. When you craft a new item, the project table tries first to take the items from the 18 bottom-slots. The article stresses the possibility of building the table with hand tools, but this table was built with the help of many power tools. We worked with the Table Project for roughly 15 months in 2011 and 2012 helping with their customer service and communication.

Crafting a Map with paper to expand the map on a Project Table will cause a game crash. Not only does the Table look brand new, but the added features will make it the only app your church needs. In older versions of NEI, a minor graphical bug caused clicking the button next to a NEI recipe does not transcribe the recipe to a Project Table correctly, shifting all the items a cell to the left (probably because of the Plans grid slot).

What we really did for the Table was give them steady, consistent communication that told their audience the Table is reliable. I built the table according to the plans described in the article (except for the way in which the top is attached to the frame). We could claim credit for all kinds of wins the Table experienced, but launching a service like this is really a team effort.

Another feature of the Project Table is that instead of crafting items one at a time, the Project Table allows for all but one of each ingredient to be used up in the process of crafting in case the player desires to refill the crafting table and resume crafting without having to lay out the recipe again. The table was finished roughly in accord with the directions provided by Jeff Jewitt in his article Finish Cherry.. Without Blotches” in Fine Woodworking for June, 1998.


The design and construction of the table are directly derived from an article One-Drawer Lamp Stand” by Mike Dunbar that appeared in the June, 2000 issue of Fine Woodworking. This could be useful for setting up a Project Table assigned to production of Electronic Circuits or BuildCraft Pipes and then filling & using the Project Table when necessary.

A minor graphical bug currently exists between Not Enough Items and Project Tables where clicking the button next to a NEI recipe does not transcribe the recipe to a Project Table correctly, shifting all the items a cell to the left (probably because of the Plans grid slot). Note that doing the same on a normal crafting table or Autocrafting Table works fine.

Now the Table displays your sermons and church information (such as campus locations and service times), and gives your users the ability to give right from the app. Finally, you can store a crafting recipe in a Plan by laying out the recipe on the grid, placing a Blank Plan in the slot to the left, and then clicking the button below the plans, which will write the recipe to the plans. As it turned out, I made the legs from some old cherry that I had left over from some old project.

Use the Table app to find and communicate with people at your church, pray for needs as they’re posted, and find serving opportunities that complement your skills and interests. I already had some tiger maple that was left over from the dining room table I built some time back. Recipe plans can also be removed from the table and stored or inserted into another table.

The project table also has 18 slots at the bottom of the GUI where you can put more items in. When you craft a new item, the project table tries first to take the items from the 18 bottom-slots. The article stresses the possibility of building the table with hand tools, but this table was built with the help of many power tools. We worked with the Table Project for roughly 15 months in 2011 and 2012 helping with their customer service and communication.

Crafting a Map with paper to expand the map on a Project Table will cause a game crash. Not only does the Table look brand new, but the added features will make it the only app your church needs. In older versions of NEI, a minor graphical bug caused clicking the button next to a NEI recipe does not transcribe the recipe to a Project Table correctly, shifting all the items a cell to the left (probably because of the Plans grid slot).

What we really did for the Table was give them steady, consistent communication that told their audience the Table is reliable. I built the table according to the plans described in the article (except for the way in which the top is attached to the frame). We could claim credit for all kinds of wins the Table experienced, but launching a service like this is really a team effort.