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Andy Collins

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  • 4 weeks later...
did you use a chain saw to carve out the holes for youre joints? have you wedged (technical term!) the joint on the outside?


Yes and kind of wedged.

I cut the bench ends first, placed that level on a log, offered up the legs penciled round them and then cut the holes.

Then drilled a 15mm hole at each end and whitteled an offcut to fit and tapped it in.

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