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Blog entry by Furnitude posted 06-03-2015 06:34 PM 928 reads 0 times favorited 5 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Have a look at my new post on Furnitude: http://furnitude.blogspot.com/2015/06/engineering-problem.html#.VW9Ies93mUk

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Ocelot

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#1 posted 06-03-2015 07:00 PM

Maybe if you are making a 3-leg stool it is better to put the single on the front, since people are better equipped to deal with falling forward (and to the side) than backwards.

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#2 posted 06-04-2015 04:23 AM

Hard to improve on a good thing, but I couldn’t see any flaws with this , hope it works for you. The real thing sometimes is different from the drawing or mock up?

-- Cau Haus Designs, Thomas J. Tieffenbacher

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#3 posted 06-05-2015 04:36 PM

very nice design. the seating board and back might benefit from “radius-ing” all corners to remove point-contact surfaces

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#4 posted 06-05-2015 05:14 PM

It’s hard to dispute a design issue with an expert like Tage frid

-- http://artisticwoodstudio.com Custom furniture

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#5 posted 06-08-2015 06:23 AM

I have fallen off a Bar stool on many occasions whilst in the SGTs Mess many years ago, they were about that tall, I dont remember ever hurting myself, so I do not think there would be a problem.

-- Regards Robert

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