modern walnut and leather stool | how to build - woodworking

by:Gewinn     2020-06-11
In this project I will show you how to build modern walnut and leather stools.
This is a fairly simple building, but I really like how it looks.
This is also the first time I have tried leather products and of course not the last time I have tried it.
Let\'s start!
Don\'t miss the video above for more details!
If you are using 1x2 s from the local home center in this project, the only power tool you need is the mitchsaw, drill bit and Sander with deep stop function.
I used rough wood, so I used some more tools to grind my Wood.
Materials used on modern walnuts and leather stools: tools used on modern walnuts and leather stools: this project can be built from your local home center with 1x2 s or 1x3 s (
If you are in America, Home Depot or home Lao).
I would definitely recommend the purchase of hardwood floors such as oak or walnut, not pine trees, as the pine trees may not have the strength required for such a building.
In order to cut the part into length, I would recommend using a mitchsaw or a circular saw.
Make sure your parts are cut well and square and keep the parts exactly the same length.
The following is the size of the part: the leg part is cut at one end of the part at 45 degrees Mitter (See pictures).
Add X on two legs-
Shape, I used a woodworking method called \"half circle.
Basically, you remove the same amount of material from each board and they are combined in negative space.
For a better understanding of how the half-circle works, see the illustration below.
You have a whole bunch of options for cutting half a circle: a table saw, a diagonal saw with a deep stop, or a circular saw.
Choose your favorite method, cut half a circle in the middle of the leg, start about 11 laps from the bottom, and end about 13 laps from the bottom, if you use 1x2 s.
The half ring should be half the thickness of your material, so if you use 1x2 with a thickness of \"\", your half ring will be deep.
Next, you need to cut dad for the stretcher that connects the legs.
Again, I did this on my desk, but the same method you used in half circle would work.
Dado should be as big as your stretcher.
If you are using 1x2 s, it will be 1 times wider.
Life becomes easier if you tie your legs together and cut off all your dads at the same time.
The legs are still glued together, drilling holes on all legs centered at the top of the legs.
If 1x2 s is used, the measurement will start at the top and from the edge.
Next, use the herringbone saw to cut two to 18 \"long\" pieces from your 2 \"pins\" and then track the contours of the pins on your legs.
Remove the material using a sander or file until the top of the leg is rounded to match the pin.
I polished all the parts with 120 sandpaper before assembling the base.
To assemble, I apply glue on each part of the joint and clip them together to wipe the excess glueout.
The pin uses a bolt to connect to the base by the leg of the threaded plug-in that passes through the end of the pin.
To install the threaded insert, drill a hole in the center of the pin, and then drill the thread in one of the inserts.
A little bit of super glue will help keep the insert in place.
After the pin is installed, you can measure the leather size required for the seat.
Be sure to consider the length of the stick together.
My piece of leather ends at 32 \"16.
I purchased this leather from Tandy leather, a popular leather supply store, and used tool knives and straight edges to cut this leather into the right size.
I cut corners with the same tool knife just to give it a cleaner look.
To make the edges of the leather look more perfect, I used an edge trimmer and a wood trimmer to get around the edges.
These are common cheap leather working tools to make your work look more professional.
This step is optional but highly recommended.
To glue the leather together to form a ring around the pin, I used Barge Cement, a glue designed for leather.
I applied Barge Cement and followed the directions outlined on the package, allowing barge cement to be installed for 15 minutes before clamping the pieces together.
I applied several natural leather conditioner Neatsfoot Oil to finish the leather.
I just wiped it with my hands and made it dry overnight and re-applied the second coat the next day.
The weather is very dark, but it will obviously turn bright after 24 hours.
I use circular drive punch to make holes for rivets with No
Punch that matches the size of the rivets I use.
The arrow rivet I used is 3/16 \"(5mm)x 1/2\" (12mm)
RLA3/16IP aluminum rivets.
I use 3/16, too \"(5mm)
Type WA3/16 aluminum rivet gasket.
I used the Arrow Fastener RH200S heavy duty rivet tool to install the rivets.
It is very simple to install rivets with rivet tools.
Place the thin part of the rivet at the end of the rivet tool, and then pass the thick part of the rivet through the hole on the seat.
Add a washer to the back of the seat, then squeeze the rivet tool a few times until it clicks.
Clicking this button indicates that the rivet has been set and you need to squeeze the tool again to remove the excess rivet material.
So simple!
After the leather seat is completed, the last part of the building applies the finish to the wooden base.
I applied three satin wipes.
On the polyurethane finish, Polish between the coatings with 400 sandpaper.
Finally, assemble the stool by connecting the 2 \"bolt through the outside of the leg to the threaded plug-in the pin.
Please make sure the gasket is used under the bolt head.
Once the seat is installed, the stool is done!
Thank you for checking this project!
If you like, be sure to check out my YouTube channel and my website for more projects from where.
Happy building until next time!
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