Table of Contents
- 2The plans, part identification, & cutting detail
- 310 degree angle pattern
- 470 degree angle pattern
- 5Wood sizes and measurements
- 6Materials and tools you will need
- 7Cut all the pieces
- 8Assemble the side frames
- 9Side frames and back slats
- 10Back slats and seat slats
- 11Seat slats and arm-rests
- 12Bolts and strengthener
Side frames and back slats
Step 5. To secure with nails or screws. ‘side one’ cross The top and bottom frame member of a door or window (not the jamb). Cross member of panel doors or of a sash. Also the upper and lower member of a balustrade or staircase extending from one vertical support, such as a post, to another. The horizontal member of a fence.
Fix a cross-rail (e) to side one’s Plumb, upright. members. Refer to the drawing below.
Step 6. Fix ‘side two’ cross rail
Fix ‘side two’ cross rail (e) to side two’s vertical members.
Note: Side one must be a mirror image of side two.
Refer to the plans for positioning.
To reiterate – The top of the cross-rail (e) should be up from the bottom 16 1/4″ (206mm) and offset back from the front of vertical piece (b) by 3/4″ (20mm).
Step 7. Fix two back-rest slats
On a flat surface Lay the two side frames on their backs, spaced apart 48″ (1200mm) overall.
Work out (and mark) where the back-rest slats (a) are to be placed along the back-rest vertical supports (d).
Fix (with glue and two screws at each meeting) the first and last (lower and uppermost) back-rest slats in place.