Knex Stool

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Introduction: Knex Stool

About: Hi, I'm KneXtreme. I'm a Christian and I'm home schooled. I love to build with almost anything especially knex. I also do Taekwondo and collect coins. Just so you know, I don't hang around youtube ...
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          Introducing my knex stool. The stool is 15" high, 15 1/2" wide at the base, and 12 1/2" wide at the top. As far as I have tested, it can support up to 200lb. When you sit on it, it may creak, but it has never collapsed when I've sat on it. I would suggest if you weigh over 150lb. that you should add a extra cross brace. Enjoy the pictures and please vote. WARNING! This is not a stool to stand on, it is a stool to sit on. Click here for instructions.

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    For those of you wanting to build this here is the link for instructions.

    This would've been perfect if my brother hadn't taken out a few rods of one leg before I sat........

    now just put a cushion on it and who needs sofas? :D

    I built the top part and the legs but I can't figure out how to put the legs on

    Ok. It's not terrible, but it's not great either.

    I'd love to make this! Will you be making an I'ble?

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    Yes. It will be up this weekend.

    as soon as there is a instructible im building this it will look bada$$ in my room!!

    Wow that looks really good. But you should maybe add tires or something else on the bottom of the feet so all the weight is not being held up by that cross brace.

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    Thanks I took your advice and added tires. It works great!

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    That looks good! You know why I said that right? If the feet don't have traction, then they will just splay outward when pressure is put on them, so the crossbrace holds them together, and also all of the weight.