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Pallet chair

This is chair that iam building those days. But i notice that this joints are loosen.
I made some new touch to this. Now there is not braces on sides (thin lumber) i make mortise and even now that mortise are loosen too.
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post #2 of 9 Old 04-15-2014, 02:28 PM
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i like your woodworking skills and effort. someone will be proud to sit on that chair. use the skills you learned on the next project.
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I spenda a lot's of time i use breast crank dril chisel hammer hand saw.
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Here are new upgrades.
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Azur ,
check these mortise and tenon wedged joints out .
They might tighten up your chair


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Azur ,
check these mortise and tenon wedged joints out .
They might tighten up your chair


https://www.google.co.nz/search?q=mo...w=1366&bih=634
Do i need to change those braces i think they are thin and don't have shoulders. I didnt cut anything this is just as it was from pallet top. I think mine braces are somekind thin would wedges help to tighti it or i need to make another bracs and than wedge them.
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Yes , that will be a good idea
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Yes , that will be a good idea
Would pole lathe fix these look.
I need to make one. But this is fir i guess pine same wood. Wil this wood tear if i try to turn it with mortise chisel casue i dont have skew chisel.
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A pole lathe will be good to have , but for chair making it is not necessary .

Many of the chair bodgers of old used draw knives to make the legs and spindles for the chairs .

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