|Forum topic by Rick||posted 683 days ago||6669 views||2 times favorited||10 replies|
683 days ago
These Plans have been sitting in my Computer for a while now. I have No Idea where I got them from or I’d give credit to the “Author” or “Designer”.
So. Here you go. Enjoy!=================================================================
Well ….While I’m here I might as well show you another one.
This is My Take on the well known ”How did you get the Nail in the Centre Piece?”
The difference is …. this is a Bolt and Nuts. The “Nail One” is usually Boiled, Clamped in a Vise until it dries, then Drilled, Nail Inserted , and Boiled again to Expand it back to size, etc. That’s probably good for a Day or more.
I made mine from a piece of Scrap Cedar, it’s about 5” Long and 1-3/4” High. At least it was until a ”WAZOO” at the PUB decided HE knew how it was done and Broke Off one of the End Pieces Trying to prove it. Why is it Not Legal to Punch someone in the Face when they do Stupid things like that????
Anyway ….. From Start to Finish, the way you see it was about 1-1/2 to 2 Hours.
IF there’s a “Next One” it will have 2 Center “Poles”, More Nuts and a Few Washers. In the same amount of time.
Problem is …..... I can’t remember what the “Short Cut” was that made it a lot faster to do???? ;-}
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