Description:DXF CAD Drawing of a Super Ellipse shaped tabletop with the end goal being a version of Eero Saarinen's Iconic 60' Tulip Table (picture of tulip table attached below. As far as I know, Saarinen's table was only fabricated with oval and round tops. The Super Ellipse shape works best in the setting I am designing). The tabletop will be fabricated out of a 1.25" man-made composite, marble-like, material called Silestone. (If it helps you envision the end result, the material is Silestone "Zeus White Extreme" in matte white). The dimensions of the table top should be: 56" long x 36" wide. (and will be attached to a metal pedestal base). The underside of the table top should have a 1.25" bevel from the outer edge of the table top towards the center of the table top.
Wants:I need a drawing that the marble fabricator can use! The Super Ellipse isn't an oval or a rectangle but has curved radius' on the corners. A corner banquette (I've attached a picture of the banquette below) will provide the seating for one short end and one long end of the table. When people move into the banquette I don't want the "diner" to get caught on a corner (like you would on a rectangular shaped table) and I also don't want the "diner" seated at the corner spot of the banquette to have a corner stuck in their gut :). I've attached a copy of Piet Hein Super Ellipse Table - that is exactly the shape I am seeking. The short ends both have a flatness to them, with rounded "corners".
Don't Wants:I do NOT want an oval.
- DXF CAD drawing
Additional Information1/27/16 I am currently evaluating submissions to select winner. Please do not submit any more designs. Thank you for your entries.
#8 super ellipse shape table with beveled bottom edge by Jeremy Benjamin
#10 Total Winner Tabletop by PETER LAKATOS
#12 Total Winner Tabletop 2 by PETER LAKATOS
- Siemens NX (Unigraphics NX) 10 — tabletopstl2
- Siemens NX (Unigraphics NX) 10 — tabletopstp2
- Siemens NX (Unigraphics NX) 10 — table1
- Siemens NX (Unigraphics NX) 10 — table1scaled
- Siemens NX (Unigraphics NX) 10 — table2
- Siemens NX (Unigraphics NX) 10 — table2scaled
- Siemens NX (Unigraphics NX) 10 — tabletop entry 2
#13 Entry3 by PETER LAKATOS
#14 Total Winner Tabletop 24 by PETER LAKATOS
#31 TableTop by Elen
#36 Super ellipse table top by Dominik
#37 NonOval-NonEllipse Table Top with Bevel by TAP1234
#38 Table Top Filleted by SaniaL
#41 Super Ellipse Table Top by JonathanBaxter
#50 Tabletop round edge by Bart van liere
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