Go to Buildeazy Home Page color break
   
Home   
Contents   

Custom Search

 
Simple Garden Seat
Plans & Projects
free woodworking plans and projects
Your photos of buildeazy d.i.y. projects
Subscribe to be notified of new projects
Copyright © Buildeazy.Com Ltd.


Garden seat     Instructions, Plans, Materials

bullet This is the Metric version
bullet user comments/photos
bullet click here for the Feet & Inches version

a wooden garden seat Materials required:
The lumber sizes referred to in this project are the nominal sizes. The nominal size of a piece of lumber is the size of the lumber before it is dressed or seasoned and is the size generally referred to when purchasing from the lumber yard. The actual size, or dressed size of the lumber will be less than the nominal size. For example, a piece of 100x50 lumber when dressed may be 90x45actual size. Please make necessary allowances.

All the timber used in this project is 100x50 stock suitable for exterior use.

You will need......
100x50 lumber suitable for exterior use :   18 metres (allowing for wastage)
8 only m12 galvanized coach bolts 110mm long
2 only m12 galvanized coach bolts 150mm long
1 kg 90mm galvanized flathead nails.

Below are the precise sizes and angle cuts of every piece of lumber required to construct the garden seat.   Always cut the longer pieces first and then cut the shorter lengths from the off cuts.

All timber illustrated below is 100x50 stock

garden seat member a
garden seat member b
garden seat member c
garden seat member d
garden seat member e

garden saet member f


Garden seat plans
Fig.1 side view
garden seat side elevation

Fig.2 front view
garden seat front elevation


Garden seat assembly instructions

step 1:
Cut all pieces of timber to lengths and angles as shown in previous page. All angle cuts are 10 degrees off square.

step 2:
Lay out one of the end frames flat on the ground with the two legs (A) first, followed by the leg brace (B) and the seat support (D) on top of the two legs, and then the back support (E) on top of that. Position as shown in the plan ensuring all ends are flush. (refer fig.1 in the plan)

step 3:
Hold the frame in place with clamps and drill and bolt all adjoining pieces. (4 only 12mm bolts at 110mm long and 1 only 12mm bolt at 150mm long.) That's the first end frame complete.

step 4:
Make up the second end frame in the same way as described in step 1 and 2 but as a mirror image of the first.

step 5:
Stand up both frames and nail the spreader (C) in place. See fig.1 & 2 in the plan.

step 6:
Commence nailing the seat slats (F) to the seat frames beginning with the first slat flush with the front edges of the legs and overhanging the sides of the legs by 150mm. see fig.2 in the plan.
Continue nailing the rest of the slats to the seat frames, spreading them out evenly (approx 10mm gap between slats.)
Constantly check that all slats are overhanging the seat frames by the same amount and that the seat frames are square and parallel.
Nail with 90mm galvanized flathead nails.

Finish! eazy with a 'Z'


To see User Comments/Photos about this project click here

Post comments about this project via the contact us page





   
Copyright © Buildeazy.Com Ltd. All rights reserved. Reproduction of any material
in this website is strictly prohibited without expressed written permission from the owner.
Custom Search