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Customer Stories for Shop Class: Adirondack Chair

Story 21 for Shop Class: Adirondack Chair
Customer AvatarBy:John R
Posted: July 31, 2010
These measurements are in inches and feet
Example:
1 x 6 x 12 equals 1 inch x 6 inch x 12 feet.
Actual dimensions of the wood
3/4" x 5 1/2" x 12'
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Story 22 for Shop Class: Adirondack Chair
Customer AvatarBy:karine
Posted: July 27, 2010
hi there, i like the adirondack that is made there. i am impressed. as i am french, i don't quite understand what means 1x6x12( as a exemple) on the adirandack cutting diagram ( is it all in inch or is there one foot somewhere???) sorry but i was raised with the metric system, hey, nobody's perfect ! so i don't get the mesures, if you could help me, would be great, much thanks
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Story 23 for Shop Class: Adirondack Chair
Customer AvatarBy:Larry Peters
Posted: December 3, 2009
I built three of the Adirondack Chairs and a small table to hold our morning coffee while we sit on my mother's front porch for her birthday. It is a great project for beginning and intermediate woodworkers.
I'm currently building the storage chest project in oak for her Christmas present which I will stain in red mahogany to match her bedroom suite. It, too, is a terrific project for intermediate experienced woodworkers. Will also send pics of it when I'm done.
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Story 24 for Shop Class: Adirondack Chair
Customer AvatarBy:Greg Tribble
Posted: July 28, 2009
The illustration PDF file or directions will not open up on my computer. It says the file is damaged and can't be repaired. The product cutting diagram opens. But I need the directions to the video building a Adirondack Chair. Do you need to be registered to download the illustration PDF file 384 kb from the Shop Class video site.
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Story 25 for Shop Class: Adirondack Chair
Customer AvatarBy:Lowe's Creative Ideas
Posted: June 15, 2009
Thanks for your comments and questions!
John: Please review the web page for each week of the project - there you will find the complete cut list and instructions for the project, in addition to the downloadable pdfs of the illustrations and cutting diagrams you see on this page.
PJ:
Visit http://www.lowescreativeideas.com/idea-library/projects/Childs_Adirondack_Set_0509.aspx - in the comment area we have included measurements for an ottoman.
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Story 26 for Shop Class: Adirondack Chair
Customer AvatarBy:John Treble
Posted: June 10, 2009
These plans are free: Free of cost, free of complete instruction, free of complete dimensions, free of editorial review.
What should I expect for free....I am disappointed in the low quality of this plan.
Please edit the cut list document to include ALL cutting dimensions. Nothing should be left to guess work... It is a great project, but these plans leave much to be desired.
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Story 27 for Shop Class: Adirondack Chair
Customer AvatarBy:PJ
Posted: June 5, 2009
Hi,
My husband and I made this chair, we would like to make a footstool for it, do you have plans that would go with this?
Thank you,
PJ
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Story 28 for Shop Class: Adirondack Chair
Customer AvatarBy:Lowe's Creative Ideas
Posted: May 19, 2009
John:
Visit the page for each week of the video for the cut list and complete instructions.
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Story 29 for Shop Class: Adirondack Chair
Customer AvatarBy:John
Posted: May 18, 2009
Bob,
Your plans seem incomplete. Neither the diagram or the cutting diagram give the lengths of many of the boards--for example: leg brace and back leg brace. (Nor do you mention these on video 1.)
John
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Story 30 for Shop Class: Adirondack Chair
Customer AvatarBy:Lowe's Creative Ideas
Posted: April 28, 2009
Thanks for your question!
Bob: The plans will be on web site May 1.
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