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Seesaw Plans – Step-By-Step – Material List

Seesaw plans, plans include free PDF download, step-by-step illustrated instructions, material list with shopping list and cutting list.

Seesaw Plans – Material List

Shopping List

Shopping List

4 – 2×4 – 8′

1 – 2×6 – 8′

1 – 1″ dowel – 2′

1 – 10″ 5/8″ bolt, nut, washers

3″ deck screws

wood glue

Cutting List

Cutting List

A – 2 – 2×4 – 2′

B – 2 – 2×4 – 3′

C – 2 – 2×4 – 2′

D – 2 – 2×4 – 8′

E – 2 – 2×6 – 1′

F – 2 – 1″ dowel – 1′

G – 2 – 2×6 – 2′ 6″

Seesaw plans step 1

Cut two 2×4’s to 2′ long (A). Drill 5/8″ holes as shown on illustration above. Round one end as shown on illustration above.

 

Seesaw plans step 2

Cut two 2×4’s to 3′ long (B). Assemble as shown on illustration above, drill pilot holes, add wood glue, and screw 3″ deck screws through (B) and into (A).

 

Seesaw plans step 3

Cut two 2×4’s to 2′ long (C). Round the ends of the 2×4’s as shown on illustration above. Assemble as shown on illustration above, drill pilot holes, add wood glue, and screw 3″ deck screws through (C) and into (B).

 

Seesaw plans step 4

Cut two 2×4’s to 8′ long (D). Drill a 5/8″ hole to the center as shown on illustration above.

Cut two 2×6’s to 1′ long (E). Drill a 1″ hole for the dowel as shown on illustration above.

Cut two 1″ dowels to 1′ long (F).

Cut two 2×6’s to 2′ 6″ long (G). Shape the seat as desired.

Drill pilot holes, add wood glue, and assemble as shown on illustration above using 3″ deck screws.

 

Seesaw plans material list.

Choose the desired height and install the 10′ 5/8 bolt, washers, and nut.

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3 comments

  1. hi plans did not download

  2. Simple love this I only wish I had young one to make it for. I really think I will make it and see what neighbor kids would like one.

  3. I like the classic shape and use of simple sections – it might help use up some of my timber stock!

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