Material used: 1/2 sheet of 4’x8’x24mm Baltic birch ply, Titebond III glue, brads, nylon glides
Overall Dimensions: 26” tall to top of seat, 36” overall height to top of backrest seat is 16” by 16”
Greatest challenge during the build (as always) is coming up with a new and clever design. As for construction, all the parts were cut out on my CNC router – everything fits together in pockets, grooves and tenons as to make the whole chair just get glued together. I used a few 16 gauge pins to hold things together while the glue dried.
My idea with this stool (as it was to be a “shop” stool…) was not to use anything fancy – just make a solid, useable stool that I could use daily to eat my lunch, use to sit at my workbench to do figuring and cut lists, etc rather than stand up. The three-point contact with the uneven shop floor guarantees a rock-free seat.