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scrap plywood bench

comments (1) February 5th, 2013 in Project Gallery
bayou66 bayou66, member

A closeup. I should have feathered or interlaced every other board - but its held up well anyway
Some walnut stain on the outer face
I wanted something simple
A closeup. I should have feathered or interlaced every other board - but its held up well anywayClick To Enlarge

A closeup. I should have 'feathered' or interlaced every other board - but its held up well anyway

Photo: Evan Vause

I built this bench out of scrap plywood and throw away pieces. It is all 3" wide strips. Glue, nails, and splicing; made a solid bench. The bench is under cover so its held together pretty good. It may be time to put some long screws in the sides since I did not interlace every board. Next time I will


Design or Plan used: My Own Design - mod plywood scrap bench by Evan Vause
posted in: Project Gallery, porch, entryway, seating, bench, scrap, waste wood, outside, chair, recycle, outdoors

Comments (1)

TwoHerbs TwoHerbs writes: Like this. Would be easy to just put those scraps away or even better, when you have a few go ahead and glue them up, set it aside until you get it all ready to go.
Posted: 11:39 am on February 11th

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