I have a 30"x50"x3/4" granite slab that I would like to use for a table. I'm thinking of putting 5/8" plywood underneath (20"x40"?) and before mounting the granite on top, inserting a few T-Nuts for this type of legs: https://www.homedepot.ca/product/live-edge-timber-co--38-inch-high-x-19-inch-wide-steel-furniture-legs-pair-of-2/1001215038
- Are t-nuts my best option, or is there some thing else I should consider?
- Is 5/8 plywood thick enough?
- Anything to consider when cutting the plywood size, aside from wide enough for the legs, not wider than granite?