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plywood [2016/04/08 22:56]
salinasmichael
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 \\ This will ensure that the pieces are identical. \\ \\ This will ensure that the pieces are identical. \\
  
-__**Tips For When Cutting**__+**__Tips ​For When Cutting__**
 \\ When cutting straight lines use a circular saw to cut clean straight lines. Clamp down a guide and avoid free handing the cut. For the curvy sections use a jigsaw and go very slowly. \\ \\ When cutting straight lines use a circular saw to cut clean straight lines. Clamp down a guide and avoid free handing the cut. For the curvy sections use a jigsaw and go very slowly. \\
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-**__ Cutting the Legs are the Most Crucial Part**__+__** Cutting the Legs are the Most Crucial Part**__ 
 +\\ {{::​chairmeasurements.jpg?​800|}} \\
  
-\\** Use the image above for placement of the holes **\\+\\ ** Use the image above for placement of the holes ** \\
 \\ First you will drill 3, 5/32" holes for the bolts. I suggest clamping the two legs together so that way the  holes are in the same spot for both of them. \\ \\ First you will drill 3, 5/32" holes for the bolts. I suggest clamping the two legs together so that way the  holes are in the same spot for both of them. \\
 \\ Second is countersinking the holes to fit the bolt and what ever socket you may use to attach and reattach the bolts. \\ \\ Second is countersinking the holes to fit the bolt and what ever socket you may use to attach and reattach the bolts. \\
  
 +__** You will wait until the end to cut out the angle that makes the chair rock back and forth **__
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