05 Nov. 2006|
Picnic table plans and materials list,diy outdoor boiler plans,built in furniture london - PDF Review
To address those concerns we have built another hexagonal table and completely rewrote the prose with new drawings, explanations, photos and a video clip. The timber used for the seat and tabletop boards, in the cutting list below is ex 150x40 dressed bevelled treated pine. This timber is available at most timber merchants and is usually used for retaining wall boards. The timber used for the table frame, in the cutting list below is ex 100x50 dressed treated pine.
Make up both the table top support upper frame (d, d1, d2) and the seat support lower frame (c, c1, c2), on flat ground using the materials in the cutting list above. The centre of both frames should be fixed as shown in drawing below, and the end outer points of the frames (6 each frame) should be equal distances apart.
Nail two metal strap plates to the top side and to the underside of both frames (8 strap plates in all). Place packers or blocks under the seat frame so that the seat frame sits 315mm above ground.