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I have looked at many different deck chairs and glider chairs and always wanted to build a couple. I finally bit the bullet and designed one that I really like. Making them out of clear cedar was very nice but quite expensive in today''d suggest that you do the same thing. I just used cheap wood from a big home store. I figured I''s me to put it back together, paint it and use it at our camping place so when all is said and done we''s time to glue up the base assembly. Lay out all the pieces and clamps so everything is ready to go.

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Glue and clamp the two sides the 1 last update 2020/06/04 to the cross members.Glue and clamp the two sides to the cross members.

Use a good waterproof glue like Titebond III.

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Titebond™ III Ultimate Wood Glue

Now it''s a picture showing the seat base dimensions and where the legs will go.


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I used my handy dandy Wixey digital protractor to draw all the angels.


Wixey 8'' Digital Protractor

I also use it to set up the angles on my miter saw.

I made a simple jig the 1 last update 2020/06/04 to guide my palm router for cutting the seat back notch.
I made a simple jig to guide my palm router for cutting the seat back notch.


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Bosch Colt™ Variable-Speed Palm Router Kit

Make shallow cut passes until you get to 3/4" deep. Repeat for the other piece.

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Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for I discovered that four screws do not hold the back as solid as I''s time to start putting things together. Assemble the sides of the seat together using glue and #8 - 1 5/8" deck screws.

Space the sides 18" apart.

Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for Be sure to measure the front and back. I also used a square to make sure that the ends aree square to the sides.

Start at the back with the largest slats.

Use a 1/8" spacer between the back and seat slats. Screw them in using #8 - 1 5/8" deck screws.
For the remainder of the slats I used a 15/64" piece of wood for spacing.

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I measured in from the end of each board to make sure it is centered and then screwed it in.

Now I measured and marked where my legs were going to go and cut those slats to match.

Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for Assemble the legs to the seat.

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The front leg should sit 9 3/4" from the bottom of the seat to the bottom of the leg. Be sure to square the leg before you glue and screw it with #8 - 1 5/8" deck screws. Drill, counterbore and countersink four mounting holes the same way you did the slats.

To install the back legs remove three screws, the two back ones and the upper inside one.

Use a square to align the bottoms of the legs. Glue and screw the back legs on using #8 - 3" deck screws.

Cut out the arm rests from 1" X 6" cedar.


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Roundover both sides of the arm rests and sand. Do not roundover the notch at the back of the arm rest.

Drill two pocket holes in the top of each leg to attach the arms.



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Now the most fun begins, cutting plugs and then flush cutting them on the chair.

Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for I used my handy dandy 3/8" plug cutter and made over 160 plugs for the two chairs.


3-Pc. Self-Centering Plug Cutter Set

I cut pieces from a 2" X 6" a little over 1" long and drilled the plugs into the end grain.

After they were all drilled I cut the bottoms off on the band saw.

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Apply a small amount of glue to each hole and gently tap the plugs until they stop.

Once the glue is dried use a flush cut saw to carefully cut off the tops of each plug.



Dozuki Dovetail/Flush-Cut Saw

I bought some cedar plugs for the pocket holes to fill them.

Sand everything and you''s a good protectant and I like the color. I the 1 last update 2020/06/04 found it at Ace Hardware.I bought some cedar plugs for the pocket holes to fill them.

Sand everything and you''s a good protectant and I like the color. I found it at Ace Hardware.

I attached the hangers with 1/4" hardware using a carriage head bolts for the outside legs and round head phillips bolts for the inside base.

The hangers came from Rockler and work quite the 1 last update 2020/06/04 nicely.The hangers came from Rockler and work quite nicely.

Glider Bracket Hardware
This unique hardware lets you turn virtually any bench into a glider! Measures 7-1/2" between centers with 1-1/4" offset. With rust-resistant plating and ball bearing pivot points. Mounts with common 1/4" dia. bolts (not included). Set of four.

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