The design of a folding dining table allows for easy portability and storage options. Merchants sell folding tables in rectangular, square and round styles that have either resin tabletops or wood in a variety of standard sizes. Folding tables usually have legs with locking devices with hinges and end caps, these pieces provide additional stability to the table.
A folding dining table may have a higher resin or plastic or wood can be. There cannot be a division in the center of the table to allow bending or may be solid. Standard rectangular sizes are 6 feet or 8 feet 30 inches by 30 inches and 4 feet 24 inches. Round folding tables are available in 24, 36, 48 and 72 inches in diameter. The frame in a folding dining table is generally steel or alloy material. It supports the tabletop for placement around the lower part of the circumference of the table.
Folding dining table legs are fixed to the table with mounting brackets and screws at each short end of a rectangular folding table or on two sides by each other in a round table. The legs are usually made of steel or metal and containing a support bracket which is at an angle of 45 degrees to the table.