Above: Take IV on the chair design. Sharp eyes will note that the seat is shorter and the wood overall is 1/2 inch narrower all around, 3 inches down from 3 1/2 inches. This version is screwed together without glue because I anticipate disassembling it and using the parts as patterns for production models. The clamps are holding the ledge pieces on which the seat will rest. They are glued on because I can work around them.
Below: How to turn your table saw into a saw table: This chair started out as a 1×12x8 feet. I needed to cut it to 4 feet and decided it would be easier to use the hand saw over pulling my table saw out to accommodate a board that long. Even if I had ripped it first, I’d have to twist the saw around to accommodate the length. This is a good reason why I should make my TS mobile.
-- Ni faru ion el ligno!