I am nearly done with my chairs, but have run into one more (last?) problem.
The seat will not come out with both arms on; if I ever want to re-upholster
I was planning on attaching the arms to the back with a pair of pocket
screws, from the bottom with plugs. The front was going to be with 1/2"
dowels. I can do that on one side, but the other side has to be removable.
Is there some glue that is really heat sensitive, so I could use a heat gun
to disassemble the plugs and dowels? Well, you see the problem, any
Yeah, I know the bottom back rail should have been 3" higher, but it isn't.
Fri, Dec 1, 2006, 8:09pm (EST+5) snipped-for-privacy@Yahoo.com (Toller) doth puzzedly
Hide will come apart with heat? <snip>
Not exactly. Moisture, or steam, with heat.
Do you not research "anything" on your own?
I am, therefore I think.
There aren't too many posts you couldn't say that about. Gee, what router
should I buy? Why does my bandsaw drift? How big a DC do I need? Anyone
try the Sawstop?
If questions had to be original there would only be a couple each week.
Fukem both if they aren't going to help; just another couple of
loudmouths that take up space. I don't know how your chairs are designed,
but why do they need to be disassembled for reuphosltery? I have
reupholstered many, many chairs and have never had to disassemble any
except for repair or restoration of the chairs structure.
Where are you in NY?
Hank in the Catskills
Fri, Dec 1, 2006, 10:24pm (EST+5) snipped-for-privacy@Yahoo.com (Toller) doth burble:
I must be trolling because I haven't used hide glue? I don't even know
who you responded to because I have blocked his posts for being
consistently useless. I wish he would return the favor.
LMAO You don't know who he responded to, because of your
blockage. So how do you know you blocked his posts? You're silly.
You'll get better responses when you show you're at least willing to
"try" helping yourself by looking up some answers on your own; instead
of just asking about every thing that pops up in your mind, and expect
someone else to do all your research. Is that the way you operate at
your work? Oops, you didn't say who you blocked. It could even be me.
If that's so you may never see this. LOL
I am, therefore I think.
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