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Stool kit update

Postby Bob » Sun May 15, 2011 2:54 pm

This is a stool kit I designed for the basic Shark. Both sheets of parts could be machined at the same time on a larger Shark. The kit consists of two 3/4" X 12" X 18" pieces of plywood. Note: The plywood I used is kind of rare because it measured exactly 3/4" thick. Plans would need to be modified for a tight fit with the thinner version that is readily available.


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The cut out sheets.


After cutting the tabs with a jigsaw, I used a 1/8" radius piloted round over bit for all trimming, including the tabs.


small stool.jpg
The assembled small stool

This stool could be resized depending upon your needs.
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Re: Stool kit

Postby CountryWoodCrafts » Sun May 15, 2011 3:19 pm

Pretty cool little stool. . . .
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Re: Stool kit update

Postby Buc » Thu Jun 23, 2011 7:37 am

Bob,
Great looking stool. Thanks for sharing your CRV file. I'll be making one. It is not only nice to get a CRV file and a new project to do, but you learn from and see how others create and run their machines. Not sure how I missed this post earlier. Must have been out in the swamp or spending too much time riding the big green tractor. (John Deere)
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Re: Stool kit update

Postby Bob » Thu Jun 23, 2011 3:01 pm

Buc,
I think we just drove by your place yesterday (well, 100 miles away on 80) as we were returning from visiting our daughter in State College. Romping in the swamp sounds like fun.

I have another project in the works...a rocking chair. I'll post when completed.
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Re: Stool kit update

Postby mgilly » Fri Jun 24, 2011 11:37 am

Hey Nice Job !!
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Re: Stool kit update

Postby Buc » Sun Jul 03, 2011 11:43 am

Finish machining my Stool Kit. Rounded the edges of legs on the table router so the parts fit snuggly together. Nice .CRV file and nice running program. Added my picture to see how my stool is being used. Good job Bob.
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Re: Stool kit update

Postby Bob » Sun Jul 03, 2011 12:22 pm

Buc,
Thanks for posting that picture! I'm always curious to see how the projects work out for others.
Who's the little guy sitting on it?
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Re: Stool kit update

Postby Buc » Sun Jul 03, 2011 2:13 pm

Bob,

That is Rocky Buckley sitting atop the stool. He is leagally stuffed. The stool material used was Burch plywood.

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