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methods of work #9: Dining chair prototype with all wood parts dry assembled

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Blog entry by Loren posted 528 days ago 1624 reads 0 times favorited 1 comment Add to Favorites Watch
« Part 8: Dining chair laminated curved backsplat prototype Part 9 of methods of work series Part 10: Drilling accurate holes for a steambending jig table »

The geometry of all parts is established. I need to cut slots for wedged in the through tenons and after that the frame will be ready for glue-up and the seat and back splat for upholstery.

The back legs are laminated into the curve. The seat is curved too and obviously the back splat with its lumbar curve is laminated. There was a lot of time invested in making forms for gluing up laminations but other than that no one step was terribly tedious.

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#1 posted 528 days ago

really enjoying the series – looks fantastic!

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