Table of Contents
- 2About the wood measurements
- 3Identifying the pieces
- 4Plans - Individual pieces and cutting list
- 5Plans - Side sections
- 6Plans - Front view
- 7Plans - Top view and materials list
- 8The seat base
- 9The seat and legs
- 10The tabletop and arm supports
- 11The tabletop boards and supports
- 12The arm
- 13A few pictures
Step 10. The arm
The length of the arm [f] is most important as it holds the tabletop on the same A flat surface extending infinitely in all directions (e.g. horizontal or vertical plane). Any flat, two-dimensional surface. as the seat (i.e. level) when in the ‘table position’.
Mark and cut each arm around their respective tabletop supports [k] and shape to suit. See the individual pieces on page 4.
The length of the arms [f] should be the distance between the tabletop boards [a] and the base ends [d]when the tabletop is level or on the same plane as the seats. See fig.8a.
Fold each seat back to the ‘seat position’ and screw the arms [f] to the arm supports [e] through pre-drilled The nail not including the head. holes. See fig.8b.
Finally, shape and screw a decorative fill [g] to the bottom of each tabletop support [k] and arm support [e].