Woodworking blog entries tagged with 'swing'

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Videos by HuckD #14: Swing Bed

12-06-2015 10:34 PM by HuckD | 1 comment »

My son-in-law made this bed swing for their back porch. Made from pine dimensional lumber. Uses a twin bed size memory foam mattress.

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A Big Move and a Small Swing

07-21-2012 06:17 PM by Philip | 11 comments »

So! A lot has happened recently and I am just now able to share the updates. We moved from California to San Antonio, Texas on May 28th, and what a change! I moved for a job promotion and other than coming down with a wicked stomach flu the first week I was at work (and wanting to run the other direction for a day or two) things have gone really well. At my last job I had a variety of woodworking equipment right outside my office (blessing and a curse) and there was plenty of space to stor...

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Garden swing #2: The stand is finished

09-02-2011 12:38 PM by benihun | 0 comments »

The view is almost fine. The metal screws are more decorative, than i thought. The only problem with the sight right now is the rusty iron swing temporarily put in it for the time while I’m working on the wooden one. The climbing rope net is also missing but I’m on the search for one. The legs were 1 cm thinner than the inner width of the metal footpiece, so I had to put an extra piece of wood there to make it fit tight and prevent any movement. Of course, that wo...

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Garden swing #1: The plan

08-16-2011 10:56 PM by benihun | 0 comments »

The first thing in creating is imagining. The best way for me to develeop my design floating in my head is to create a 3D model of it on the computer, so I made one in Google SketchUp, which can be viewed and downloaded also. Here is a perspective view of it: Those triangle shaped things between the top and the seat are the boundaries of the chains the seat will be hanging on. The large grid-looking thing represents the rope net for the kids to climb on. The detailed plan for ...

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Kids' Play Center #1: Choosing a Plan

03-10-2008 10:54 PM by Olaf Gradin | 6 comments »

For my son’s fifth birthday, my wife and I decided to check into an outdoor structure for him to play on. I’ve gone back and forth in my mind about this; I didn’t have one growing up, there are nice parks within a 15 minute drive, and he’s an only child at this point. On the other hand, I would love to build this for my son. There are plenty more pros and cons to weigh, but this story is more about the fact that we have…more or less…decided to build. Th...

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