James Rosales Outdoor August 31st, 2018 - 13:45:18
Teak chaise lounge chair. These things are fairly complex and see how I did the back here we're going to get ready to build one. I'm gonna give you the dimensions. It's two feet wide overall length is 85 inches long. The legs are cut on a 15 degree, bevel running parallel or 9 and 3/4 inches high. So that's pretty much the overall dimensions. This back piece was fairly complicated to build. What I did was build a frame and that fit inside the outside of the chair, and then I bolted it, and this bolt finished at like 48 49 inches from the front.
I left about a quarter inch gap on this frame all the way around. So it would have room to move and then when it lays down it lays right here at the end and it kind of catches on this little ledge. I've got here, but I will say I built this thing and I said it was probably complicated, but at least things run I don't probably $ 200 or more so it was worth it materials list. You need what I don't know 20, probably 24 feet of deck board, two 8 foot table fours and ponder screws. I had some ancient 5/8 and a couple a couple three-inch.
I used the three-inch bolts for the pivot joint and then this one in the back here is a forage boat and we'll give you a close-up look. This is a leg and the reason I made them 9 3/4 because it was about the longest piece. I could get out of the scrap block after I cut the end of an 8 foot before all her yeah. He flew before off at 85 inches. So that's what I had left you could make it shorter taller, whatever you want, but that's what I did. I was trying to use all my lumber.
Ok, what I got right here is my frame bill and I just ripped a deck board in half right here to make the back part of my frame. I've got the front as my deck board make sure it's good and Squire 24 inches, so the causing problems later on and I'm gonna put the legs on now. There's a little look. What I did with this leg - I just flushed it up with the top right here, and I ran this down to where it hit right here on the back brace and I put three screws in that's about it. Put all four on give you a little look at this frame.
It's already really sturdy! That's what it looks like I'm just gonna start filling my pieces kind of like that, one over there for the bottom part of the seat. All right, I was a little look at how I'm putting these boards on I'm just using that facing 3/4 board as my gauge and I'm just putting screws on each end.
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