Nice trays, Charlie. Like the box joints. They should be quite handy. Too bad, you couldn't them in to the same sizes. Who gets which?
The trays were made to the sizes given to me. To me, the proportions are wrong, but that's what they wanted. The red one is for my son. It was made to fit on the seat of his wheeled walker and with high sides to keep his drink, etc. from tipping out. He has muscular dystrophy, so he needs the walker or something else to hang onto when he walks (walls, cabinets, walker, etc.). The tray was made so he can prepare his meal in the kitchen and then place it in the tray and onto the seat of his wheeled walker to take it to the table in the family room. It was stained red mahogany because he wanted it that color.
I'm not yet sure of what my wife plans to do with the brown tray, but she wanted it, so I must comply. It's too narrow for it's length, but that's what she wanted. They were made with box joints because I was cutting box joints for the boxes that I made and posted in my the other post. I was in the middle of making when the requests for these trays were given to me. So I decided "Why not box joints" since my I-Box jig and Freud SBOX8 blade were already set up and in use on the Unisaw.