Flip Flop Step Stool

Flip Flop Step Stool Woodworking Projects

Flip flop step stool is article about Woodworking Projects bookmarked by jon with ID 12418054186 was uploaded on 02-02-2019 and has been viewed 180,787 times.

Step 1: Mark the two side piecesPhoto 1Use a tape measure to swing arcs for the edges as shown in Figure A, then mark the holes for the pivot screws and the back dowel stop.Begin by cutting the two sides to length and laying out the boards (Photo 1 and Figure A).

Note that the sides will be mirror images.To mark the curved sides, hook your tape over the lower corners then swing 15-in.-radius curves on each side.Use a pint can to create the rounded inner edges of the legs.

The positions of the pivot and dowel holes are critical, so measure carefully.The pivot hole goes all the way through the board, but the dowel holes are only 1/2 in.deep.Drill the holes, then use a jigsaw to cut out the parts.

Use a 1/4-in.round-over bit or sandpaper to soften all the edges.Step 2: Assemble the stool with 2-in.screwsPhoto 2First scr*w the back brace to the bottom shelf, then secure this L-shape assembly to the sides.

Drill the holes for the pivot scr*w and the back dowel stop.Connect the 1x10 bottom shelf and 1x4 back brace to create an 'L.' Secure this assembly to the sides so the top edge of the 1x4 is flush with the upper back corner of the sides.

Use 2x4 blocks to ensure the right spacing (Photo 2).Step 3: Install the backPhoto 3Screw the back to the pivot arms to create a U-shape.Drill the holes in the pivot arms, then secure the back using 2-in.

bolts, washers and nuts.Don't permanently fasten the top until you've 'test swiveled' the back to make sure you have enough clearance.Cut the three parts for the back assembly (Figure A).To create the curved back, drive a pair of finish nails 3-1/2 in.

from the edge of a 1x6, and flex a thin piece of wood upward between the nails to create an arc.Mark the arc with a pencil, then cut it out with a jigsaw.Secure the back to the two 1x4 sides to create a U-shape.

Use 2-in.bolts (Photo 3) to secure the back assembly to the sides of the stool.(Tip: To install the washer between the back assembly and the stool, tape it over the hole in the side before installing the assembly.

) Finally, position the top far back enough-about 1/2 in.from the front of the sides-so the back doesn't hit the front lip as it pivots.Figure A: Flip Flop Stool PlansRequired Tools for this ProjectHave the necessary tools for this DIY project lined up before you start—you'll save time and frustration.

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