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Project: Stool Katarina Page 1 of 7

Stool Katarina




You can use various types of wood to make this project. We recommend purchasing some hard
wood with a nice, interesting texture like teak, ash, beech, cedar, birch, cherry, maple, oak, walnut,
etc. If you are planning to paint this seat, the texture of wood is not important.
Make all the items precisely by the measurements given on particular 2D drawings. The
measurements are given in millimeters, and the measurements in inches are given in brakes (1 inch
= 25, 4 mm).
This is one of the free prize-winning projects. The main idea is to send your suggestions
for making and assembling this stool in the STOOL KATARINA topic in the Forum
section, or you can write comments on other people suggestions. The most important thing
when making this project is to cut the items precisely, and drill the holes on the Seat
Boards (item 1), Legs (item 2) and Paws (item 3) with great accuracy.
You can successfully drill the holes in many ways send us your suggestions about that,
and the best-suggested works will be rewarded by the gift-projects by the authors choice.
Of course, you will decide which solution is the best. Stool Katarina topic is now open on
the Forum section please send your suggestions and comments there.
To apply your project for a reward, you must send a few photos along with the written
text as a proof that you have made this project or a similar project by yourself.
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Project: Lager Complet Page 1 of 37

Lager Complet









Carefully make all the parts by following the measurements given on particular pictures. The
measurements are given in millimeters, and the measurements given in inches are in brakes (1 inch =
25, 4 mm).
You can use various types of wood, but we recommend birch, cedar, walnut, beech, maple or
alder.













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Project: Lager Complet Page 25 of 37
Assemblage Instruction

1. TABLE

1. Carefully put Leg 2 (item 7), Leg 1 (item 8) and Table Support (item 2 and 12 - Mirror) in
preordained position, fasten them together with clamp, then drill the holes D8,5mm as given in 2D
documentation.



Make the two of these subassemblies.


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Project: Lager Complet Page 26 of 37
2. Fasten the Table top Plank (item 1) to the Table Support Mirror (item 2) and the Table Support (item
12) by using Wood Screw D4,5x80mm (items 10) and Wood Screw D4,5x55mm (items 11). Before using
the screws, drill the pilot holes on proper places (shown in 2D documentation).







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Project: Lager Complet Page 27 of 37
3. Fasten the subassembly made in the previous step to the subassembly made in step 1 using the
fasteners: Washer 8 (item 4), Lock Washer 8 (item 5), Hexagon Nut M8 (item 6), Bolt M8x110mm
(Item 9), Bolt M8x130mm (Item 15) and Bolt M8x150mm (item 3).












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Project: Lager Complet Page 28 of 37
4. Fasten the Leg Support 2 (item 13) and Leg Support 1 (item 14) to the subassembly made in the
previous step by using Wood Screw D4,5x80mm (items 10).










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Project: Lager Complet Page 30 of 37
2. BENCH

1. Carefully put Big Leg (item 1) and Leg Small (item 2) in preordained position, fasten them together
with clamp and then drill the holes D8,5 mm on proper places as shown in 2D documentation. Join
them together by using standard fasteners: Bolt M8 x 130mm (item 7), Washer 8 (item 8), Lock
Washer A8 (item 9) and Hexagon Nut M8 (item 10).






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Project: Lager Complet Page 31 of 37





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Project: Lager Complet Page 32 of 37
2. Put the Bench Support (item 12) and Bench Support Mirror (item 13) in preordained position to the
subassembly from the previous picture. Fix the items in clamps and drill the holes D8,5mm.



3. Fix the items from the previous step by using fasteners: Axle (item 18), Washer 6 (item 15), Lock
Washer 6 (item 16) and Hexagon Nut M6 (item 17) and with fasteners: Bolt M6x90mm (item 14),
Washer 6 (item 15), Lock Washer 6 (item 16), Hexagon Nut M6 (item 17).






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Project: Lager Complet Page 33 of 37





Form the two of these subassemblies.



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Project: Lager Complet Page 34 of 37
4. Fasten the Bench Seat Plank 2 (items 3) to the subassembly made in the previous step by using Wood
Screw D4,5x70mm (items 6) with the measurements from 2D documentation. Before using the screws, drill
the holes on proper places (shown in 2D documentation).








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Project: Lager Complet Page 35 of 37
5. Fasten the Bench Back Plank (item 4) to the assembly made in the previous step by using Wood
Screw D4,5x70mm (items 6). Before using the screws, drill the holes on proper places (shown in 2D
documentation).








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Project: Lager Complet Page 36 of 37
6. Fasten the Bench Back Plank Small (item 5) to the assembly made in the previous step by using
Wood Screw D4,5x70mm (items 6). Before using the screws, drill the holes on proper places (shown in
2D documentation).









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Project: Lager Complet Page 37 of 37
7. Fasten the Leg Support (items 11) to the assembly made in the previous step by using Wood Screw
D4,5x70mm (items 6). Before using the screws, drill the holes on proper places (shown in 2D
documentation).











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Project: Beer Complet Page 1 of 57
Beer Complet


















Carefully make the items by following the measurements given on particular pictures.
The measurements are given in millimeters, while the measurements given in inches are in brakes
(1 inch = 25, 4 mm). You can use various types of wood, but we recommend birch, cedar, walnut,
beech, maple or alder.







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Table Assemblage Instruction

1. Join the Leg with hart (item 2) and Leg with decoration (item 3) with glue. After this step, you
should put that subassembly into the clamp, until the glue dries out.









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2. Place the Support (items 4) on their places from the both sides of a subassembly made in a
previous step and fasten them with clamp. Drill the holes D8,5mm and fasten the Support (items
4) onto the assembly from a previous picture using standard parts: Bolt M8x150mm (item 7),
Washer 8 (item 8), Lock Washer A8 (item 9) and Hexagon Nut M8 (item 10).














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3. Fasten the Table Paw (item 13) onto the subassembly made in a previous step by using Wood
screw (item 11). Before using Wood screws, drill the proper pilot holes (by following 2D
documentation).


























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4. Form two of these subassemblies.


5. Join together the two subassemblies made in a previous step using Table horizontal (item 5) and
Wedge (item 6).




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6. Fasten the Table Plank (item 1) onto the subassembly made in a previous step using Wood screws
(item 11 and 12). Before using Wood screws, drill the proper pilot holes (by following 2D
documentation).





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Chair And Bench Assemblage Instruction


1. Carefully place the Big Leg (item 1) and Leg Small (item 2) in proper position, clutch them in
clamp and then drill the holes D8,5mm by following 2D documentation. Join these two items
together using Washer 8 (item 3), Lock Washer A8 (item 4), Hexagon Nut M8 (item 5) and Bolt
M8 x 90mm (item 6).




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2. Fasten the Paw (items 12) to the subassembly made in previous step with Wood screws (item 11).
Before using Wood screws, drill the proper pilot holes (by following 2D documentation).


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3. Form the two of these subassemblies.



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4. Fasten the Chair Seat Plank 2 (item 7) and Chair Seat Plank 1 (item 8) to the assembly made in
previous step with Wood screws (item 11) by the given measurements. Before using Wood screws,
drill the proper pilot holes (by following 2D documentation).




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5. Fasten the Chair Back Plank (item 9) to the assembly made in previous step with Wood screws
(item 11) by the given measurements. Before using Wood screws, drill the proper pilot holes (by
following 2D documentation).







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6. Fasten the Chair Back Plank Small (item 10) to the assembly made in previous step with Wood
screws (item 11). Before using Wood screws, drill the proper pilot holes (by following 2D
documentation).





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7. Fasten the Chair Horizontal (item 13) to the assembly made in previous step with Wood screws (item
11). Before using Wood screws, drill the proper pilot holes (by following 2D documentation).












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Follow exactly the same instructions to assemble the Bench.

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Practical Stool











As the object with many aspects of use, the stool has played the important role in
everyday life since long time ago. Made up in various shapes and having symbolic,
ceremonial and practical meaning, in the past times these seats were also significant
ritual objects, used by chiefs, shamans and members of various tribes for centuries.
With a suitable small size, stools were precious personal things, especially for people
living in moving villages and for migrant nations, providing them refreshing moments
of rest and preserving the memories of their motherlands. Nowadays, the stool remains
to be a favorite widget, whether it serves as a seating for craftsmen, farmers and artists,
or its being popular among the children and adults as both practical and decorative
part of furniture.

You can use many kinds of wood for making this Stool, but we recommend you to
purchase some wood with nice texture like Ash, Walnut, Beech, Cedar, Birch, Maple, Oak,
Pine, etc. If you are planning to paint the Stool, the texture of a selected wood is not
important.
Make all the items precisely by the measurements given on particular 2D drawings. The
measurements are given in millimeters, and the measurements in inches are given in brakes
(1 inch = 25, 4 mm).



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Assemblage Instructions


1. Join the Side Boards (item 2) with the Longitudinal Lath (item 3) using the Wedges (item 4). You
can put small amount of glue on the Wedges before this operation. Wait until glue is dry before you
continue with assemblage.





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2. Lightly mark the outlines of the Side Boards (item 2) with pencil on the lower side of the Top Board
(item 1).



3. Put the Dowel Centers into the holes on the Side Boards (item 2) and then mark the spots for the
holes on the Top Board (item 1).




Drill the holes on spots on the Top Board (item 1) that you marked in the previous step.



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4. Join the Top Board (item 1) with the subassembly made in step 1 with glue using Dowels D8x34
(item 5) and wait until glue is dry.




If you like to paint, you can cover this stool in some vivid color and draw some flowers, animals or
other motives on its surface. Be creativ, free your imagination, and as a result, you will have an original
artifact in your home.
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Folding camping stool plan

Camping is a great way to spend some time in a fresh air and to enjoy the beauty of nature. Spending
time in nature offers a good opportunity for some recreational activities like biking, hiking, bird
watching or canoeing which we can not practice in urban areas, or at least they are not even closely
so pleasant.
All these activities allow you to spend some quality time outdoors and be physically active in nature,
to have peace and quiet, away from city noises, stress and smog.



The first time you will go camping, you will probably find out that you did not brought a lot of things
that you need for camping. You will become more experienced after few years, you will understand
which things are necessary and which excessive and you will be equipped with the right camping
gear. Your holiday in nature will become more comfortable and relaxed. Experienced campers have
camping gears which they always carry on camping. It usually consists of equipment like tent,
sleeping bags or blankets, folding table, kitchen utensils, camping stools or camping chairs, hammock
and numerous small but important things.
Good folding stools or chairs can significantly improve the quality of camping. They do not take a lot
of space, so they are common pieces of the camping gear. Of course, you can always sit on a fallen
tree or a log around the camp fire, but when the rain falls and all around you become wet, the dry
stool will be quite valuable thing for you. Besides that, the anthills can often be found near the
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camps, and that could make sitting on the ground very unpleasant. Because all of the things listed
above, the folding stool is a very valuable part of camping gear. If the right model of the camping
folding stool is chosen, it can serve not only for sitting but also as a mini table, and for other various
things.
Because of all these reasons, we present to you the camping stool plan by which you can if you
make it well have universal wooden camping stool that will last for years. This camping stool is very
simple and sturdy and its main advantage is that it takes very small space after folding. In a few
words, this camping stool represent a comfortable, dry spot for sitting, and if necessary, it can serve
as a work surface, writing table or as a mini table.
Its construction is so simple that the basic hand tools such as hand saw, drill and layout tools are
enough to make it. Since this folding camping stool is also ideal for various purposes in the house and
yard, we recommend that you make a couple of them, which will always be at your hand.

You could purchase quality camping stools, but the ones that will serve you for years are usually
quite expensive, so by making this camping stool you will save a lot of money and its manufacture
will give you pleasure.
Camping stool from our plan is designed for a person of average weight, so if you are heavier you
should adjust the dimensions to your needs. The width of the stool should be adjusted to provide an
ample seating for a person using it. The height of seating area should be at user`s knee level. If you
change its dimension, you can also easily make a camping table.
For stool making, use wood free of any knots, because the stool will eventually break on that spot.
Cut out all the parts and drill the holes according to the dimensions given in the plan. Using bolts and
dowels, connect all parts.
You can use various types of wood for the manufacture, but it is best to use some hardwood. Maple,
oak, walnut and other similar kinds of wood will certainly be a good choice. We recommend you to
choose some hard and durable hardwood or pressure treated wood, suitable for outdoor use.
However, if you decide to use some less resistant wood, protect it with several coats of water-proof
finish. Protect it with a finish at least once a year, because your fishing stool will be often exposed to
a moisture and damp. When the stool is not in use, clean it from the dirt, wipe off the moisture, dry it
thoroughly and then place it in a dry place. Only then the wood and leather will last for years. With
the right choice of the wood and proper finish you will get great and long lasting stool.
When it comes to the finish, you can paint it with color or lacquer, but you can also leave it without a
finish. We are using this folding stool in the backyard without finish for years. Of course, we always
put it in a dry place, where it is not exposed to the various weather conditions.




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Folding camping stool plan Folding steps
STEP 1 STEP 2


STEP 3 STEP 4




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Hexagon Stool






As the object with many aspects of use, the stool has played the important role in everyday life since
long time ago. Nowadays, the stool remains to be a favorite widget, whether it serves as a seating for
craftsmen, farmers and artists, or its being popular among the children and adults as both practical and
decorative part of furniture









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Assemblage Instructions

1. Join with glue 3 pieces of the Seat Triangle (part 1).






2. Make two of these subassemblies and join them with glue.




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3. To form hexagon out of the joined parts you will need to cut off the pieces which are colored in
blue on the pictures.






4. Attach the Seat Edges (part 2) with glue to the assembly from the previous picture.



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5. Attach the Legs (part 7) with glue to the Column (part 5).




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6. Drill 4 holes on the assembly made in the previous step following 2D documentation. Then
carefully hammer in it Dowels D6 x 35mm (Part 8). Do not forget to put some glue on the tip of
Dowels and in each hole, before you join them.





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7. Drill the hole with diameter D30mm (1,18in) on the assembly made in the previous step. Attach
the Seat Axle(Part 9) with glue to the assembly


8. Attach the Support Board (Part 3) with glue to the assembly made in the previous step.





Wait until the glue dries out, then drill pilot holes trough the Support Board (Part 3) and Column
(part 5) and screw the Wood Screws D5 x 50mm (Part 6) in the holes. This step will additionally fasten
construction.


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9. Drill hole with diameter D30mm (1,18in) in the subassembly made in the step 4



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This way made subassembly attach with glue to the subassembly made in step 8.



10. Wait until the glue dries out, then drill pilot holes trough the Support Board (Part 3) and the
subassembly made in the step 4.


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Screw the Wood Screws D5 x 35mm (Part 4) in the holes.









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