Build a Gliding Composite Porch Swing : Composite Porch Swings

How to build a gliding composite porch swing. Cut all pieces of two and four timbers for the frame: This project requires two 10-inch pieces, eight 17-inch pieces, six 22-inch pieces, two 24-inch pieces, four 27-inch pieces and two 52-inch pieces. Lay a 22 inch piece out flat, with the wide side facing upwards, then a 27 – inch length is at two and four at each end and nail into place. Nail one of the 22-inch pieces in place between the two standing pieces of wood, which is 8 inches from the top of the base card. The 4-inch 22-inch side faces face out. Nail a 22-inch piece between the peaks of the two standing boards. The top of this 22-inch piece is level with the peaks of the standing boards. When done, you should have a wooden rectangle.

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