Furniture Project This Project Is Comprised Of Five Identical Laminations Joined And Mounted On Walnut Legs The Legs Raise The Seat To Bar Height And Prevent The Chair From Rolling Backwards
Furniture project this project is comprised of five identical laminations joined and mounted on walnut legs the legs raise the seat to bar height and prevent the chair from rolling backwards is bookmark about Magazine bookmarked by edward with ID 11704762326 was uploaded on 02-01-2019 and has been viewed 125 times.
Wavy Bar Stool Photos courtesy Trish McCulloch; Illustrations by Mike Del Rizzo Illustrations contine throughout article This is a good exercise in bent lamination, as it consists predominately in making a jig and laminating 1⁄16" strips of maple veneer to form the bent parts for the stool.
Using veneer as opposed to milling solid stock saves time and eliminates a lot of waste.Build the FormSee "Making the Bent Lamination Form" below.• Cut a piece of ¼" MDF to size for template (A).• Draw the curved seat profile on the template.
You can draw the curve freehand, scale it to the appropriate size, or photo enlarge it.• Using a band saw cut out the profile of the curve on the template.• Sand the profile smooth, as every bump will transfer into the form and consequently into the lamination.
The template needs to be offset ¼" from the curve so the router bit is cutting the same line as the curve.• Cut three pieces of particle board, one for the top of the jig (B), the other two for the bottom of the jig (C).
• Scr*w the template (A) in the approximate middle of the top jig board (B), aligning the top of the template with the...