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great work. Looks nice .Reinforcements look great too.Glad you liked my design.
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Looks really great and useful.Love that it is multi functional.Is the axe blade made of a circular blade sturdy enough though?You also have a good taste of beer :p
This looks great.Hope you can use it a lot.
beautiful work.Nice displays too.Where was this shown?
They should all be in mm
looks good. Be careful that the gravity center is not to far the the back so it doesn't fall over.If you need more info let me know.
I added the technical drawings I hope they will be useful
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Nice project beautiful finish love the mancave you also made an excellent descriptionIt doesn't look that much like the atomium. I think it would have been better if you turned a bit so you have one top ball and one bottom just like the picture of the atomium
the seats are indeed a bit small. they are still comfortable to sit on though. they are about 22 cm wide.I also looked to use 3 bars of wood but it didn't work out in this design.
looks very useful.Also good choice of beer :)Maybe you can add a bigger hole in the middle if someone wants another beer with a bigger glass.
looks beautiful Doesn't look so sturdy though.
Thanks I definitly will.http://9gag.com/gag/a97YvNK
I'll make the plans available but for the moment my PC is in repair.
Those are indeed a lot of questions.I will add all the measurements and cutting list later. Hopefully I can do it next week.
Thanks I also reinforced the seat with a 1X1 strip of the same wood on the bottom and it was no problem to sit on it with 6 people.If you are planning on making the table top with the same boards be careful that the table top won't be to heavy and that the bench won't fall over
I made the table about a year ago and the table top is still flat. It hasn't warped. If I would increase the thickness of the table top when folded down to a bench could even fall over because the centre of gravity would be too much to the back.
the wood I used was 30 mm thick and the length is around 1 meter 40 This was sturdy enough but it bended too much so on the bottom of each seat board I added a strip of 30X30 mm which gives it double the strength. For the sideways strength there is a reinforcement on the fixed seat which makes is strong enough for side loading.The next time I'm going to make one I will use thicker boards
I made this with oregon boards of 30 X 180 - 3.60 Two of the boards I divide in half of the width and two boards in 3 equal widthFor the hinges I just drilled a hole and cut out a hexagonal shape to make it flatI have a problem with my PC now and cannot access my plans But I'll add more information later
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