Table of Contents
- 2The wood sizes
- 3Material requirements
- 4Identifying the pieces
- 5The plans - Side (sectional)
- 6The plans - Looking down view
- 7The plans - Individual frame pieces
- 8Step 1. Make a template for the rounds and bolt holes
- 9Step 2. Cut and drill the frame pieces
- 10Step 3. Make up the frame sections
- 11Step 4. Connect the rear sections to the top sections
- 12Step 5. Connect the front sections
- 13Step 6. Align the frames for seating
- 14Step 7. Fix the seats and tabletop
- 15Step 8. Attach the back-stop
- 16Step 9. Add the front leg stops & the seat braces
- 17The finished product
Step 3. Make up the frame sections
Make up the side frames, each side consisting of three separate sections:
• The top section – pieces [d], [e], & [e2].
• The front section – pieces [a], [g], & [h].
• The rear section – pieces [b], [c], [f], & [i].
Make up each pair of corresponding sections so that they are a mirror image of one another, as shown in the photo.
Refer to the plans on page 5 and the drawings on this page for the Any of the three linear measurements, length, breadth and depth..
To secure with nails or screws. the pieces at each meeting with glue and two screws.
Take note of the position of piece [g] (front seat 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.) along piece [a] (front leg) in the drawing below.