Foldable Sawhorse

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Introduction: Foldable Sawhorse

Production of folding sawhorse from scrap raw materials.

Step 1: 1.Material

Production of folding sawhorse from scrap raw materials. In what way ?

This is the "LEGO" waste-processing system in the domestic way. Lego cubes are known around the world. We can build products that we want, depending on our knowledge and imagination.

In the real world, there are waste materials for me like LEGO cubes, which can be assembled according to our needs. Why do something work if it's already done?

The product must provide usability, functionality, aesthetics and without harm to the environment.

There is such an example.

I want to explain to you my way of working. I decided to make sawhorse because I need them for my workshop. I was thinking of a wooden or metal variant. I wanted to make it simple and better. I did not think about how to do it. Then I started to »accidentally« receive the material. I got the housing from the couch, I found a frame cupboard with hinges, I got metal parts from the windows, my friend gave me two decorative battens. So I had everything except small material. When I was watching this material, I got the idea of how to make sawhorse.

1.1.Housing from the couch

1.2.Lower parts of the couch housing

1.3.Hinges from the cupboard

1.4.Window metal parts

1.5. A decorative deck from the cabinet door

1.6.PVC caps 12 pcs

1.7.Wood screws 22 pieces and washers for M6 - 22 pcs

1.8.Blind rivets fi 3,2 x 6 mm cc 50 pcs

1.9 Compatible screws for cupboards 18 pcs

1.10.Washers for M6 - 18 pcs

1.11.Black color for metal

1.10.Black color for wood

Step 2: 2.Process

2.1.Remove the plastic and wooden parts from the case.

Step 3: 2.Process

2.2.I cut the insides with the angle grinder to half.

2.3.Inside one housing I cut off the lower reinforcement.

Step 4: 2. Process

2.4.The lower parts of the couch, I cut to the inner width of the casing.

Step 5: 2.Process

2.5.I have fixed the lower reinforcement on the housing.

2.6.I removed the hinges from the frame of the cabinet.

2.7.I cut it to the proper width of the casing.

Step 6: 2.process

2.8.I fixed it with a clamp.

2.9.Drilling the holes fi 3,2 mm for blind rivets.

2.10.Riveting

2.11.I repeated the procedure for all cases.

Step 7: 2.Process

2.12.I chose 60 degrees for legs, for all cases.

2.13.I used the ruler with the chamber and selected the height, length of the lower hinge

2.14.From the metal parts of the window, I made 6 courses

2.15.Drilling 3 x 4 holes fi 6 mm into the housing

2.16.I fixed the courses with the screw and washers

Step 8: 2.Process

2.17.I sawing the battens on the width of the upper leg.

2.18. At the end of each leaf, I made a slope.

2.19. I fixed the battens from the bottom of the profile with wood screws and washer.

The holes were originally made.

2.20.I painted battens with a black color for wood.

2.21.I painted metal parts with a black color

Step 9: 3.Test

3.Test

I tried the chairs. Here are some pictures.

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    Thanks for your comment.

    I put the wooden part above, because I can replace it.

    I have spare battens.

    I made 3 pieces because I had so much material.

    When I get some casing, I make some more.

    why opt out a replaceable top? most sawhorses are made from wood because the top will get chewed up.

    you will run into it with a blade, and just like a work bench, you want the top portion to be consumable. I like the idea of metal saw horses, but you should rig a 2x4 or similar to the top portion, "just in case" because it will happen, especially if you let someone borrow them ever.