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In July 2013 I made a step stool to reach the clothes line under our veradah in comfort.

Well now after the Smiths Chrisps crate arrived she imediately placed an order for a second one.

I asked about the dimensions required and received the reply,
"Exactly the same as the first one please".

Well that was going to be easy to replicate so I set to work

Construction:

Pallet pine material,jointed and thicknessed.
Legs and frame cut to an angle of 5 deg
Biscuit jointed top (eight No 20 biscuits)
Titebond III glue (biscuits need this this of glue) and screws (The final screw count was a bit of a surprise sixty six 66 screws)
Rounded over the edges with the router and sanded to 80 Grit.
Sanded it to 320 grit and applied sanding sealer and then resanded to 320 grit for a preliminary finish.

Photographic Support

Picture 1 The Second Stool finished top view
Picture 2 and 3 General view of the same underneath
Picture 4 The stock of material Used in the construction
Picture 5 The Original Stool Side view for comparasion
Picture 6 The Original Stool underneath again ( Note I used polyurethane glue first up here and had some separation in the top some two years later!

I am getting better production wise!

Presented it !!

It was well received !!

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Good one Rob.
 

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Well done, it even looks the same.
Thanks for sharing.
 

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With all those screws, I dont think it will ever come apart! Neat little stool.
 

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Very nice Start!
 

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Wow!

Thanks everybody, !! Aurora was even more impressed with all the nice comments!
 
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