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Fixed some chairs

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Project by Andrew posted 04-01-2011 04:43 AM 786 views 0 times favorited 3 comments Add to Favorites Watch

A friend asked me to fix 2 broken chairs for him. It took me the first leg spindle didn’t turn out right so I did an extra one, I also needed to make all of the cross peices. I was able to use all of the original parts to put one chair back together and use new parts for all but 2 legs on the other. The challenge for me was to DUPLICATE, not really my thing, I like one of a kind stuff. But it was still fun, I mean anytime you get to turn on a lathe is fun right? I used 8/4 hard maple, and some wood glue to hold it all together.
Thanks for looking, all comments are welcome

-- Even a broken clock is right twice a day, unless, it moves at half speed like ....-As the Saw Turns





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learnin2do

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#1 posted 04-01-2011 06:02 AM

That is a lot of work. Repair is harder than starting from scratch! Nice job!

-- christine

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wseand

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#2 posted 04-01-2011 06:13 AM

Looks like they came out pretty good, well done. I just repaired a 40+ yr old toddlers chair and I probably won’t do that again. I don’t even like building them. Yours came out much better than mine, your friend owes you big time, unless he was cashing in on a favor.

-- Bill - "Freedom flies in your heart like an Eagle" Audie Murphy

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sedcokid

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#3 posted 04-05-2011 10:08 PM

You did a great job, they look the same to me!!

-- Chuck Emery, Michigan,

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