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kweinert

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#1 posted 09-16-2014 04:57 PM

I presume you want the board surfaces to the outside so you can store the beanbags between them.

I had an odd idea, kind of difficult to describe but here goes nothing.

So, the idea is to basically create 1/2 of a sliding dovetail in both ends of each ‘board’ and then build the matching part of the dovetail to put over it. This would lock the two boards together.

You could then put a couple of screw eyes on this side of the conjoined boards to hook your handle to. If you put one screw eye in each board so that the handle crosses at the center then it should all be balanced.

When I refer to the solid end, I’m just talking about a cover piece that would fit the hole when you slide the dovetail in just to give a finished surface.

Does this make any sense?

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