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Children's chair from reclaimed wood. Safety precautions are implied with this intructable, be smart and above all safe!
2 1/2 x 3 1/4 reclaimed pine posts. You are going to need 10 feet of these posts per chair and your choice of 8ft 1 by 4 ...
Measuring and cutting posts. You are going to need two 2 foot pieces. And 6, 1 foot pieces. Then use table saw to cut off the corners of ...
5 in. Lag screws with a star drive head, 8-1 1/2 corner braces, drill bit and counter sink head, tape measure, a speed square, a framing square, and ...
Use angle grinder to smooth out the 45degree cuts from the table saw to a nice rounded shape. Then use sand paper to smooth it all out. I ...
Use the table saw to notch arm rest for front leg to sit flush inside (see picture). Use grinder to clean up the cut. Use speed square and ...
Put two h's next to each other and add supports then drill them in with lag bolts. It should start to look like a chair. The speed square ...
Apply a coat of polyurethane to the chair, seat and back rest. You could choose to stain it now in whatever stain you would like. I've read articles ...
After the polyurethane is dry, attach the "L" brackets to the under side of the arm rests / legs and seat / back rests. I used 1 5/8 ...
At this point you have a solid chair strong enough to hold a 250+ lbs man as seen in the pic. You can use a router or drimal ...
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