Porch Swing

3/e x 4" eyeboit

Porch Swing Cutting List

Part

No.

Size Material

A. Seal supports

3

1 Vi x 5Vr X 24 in. Cedar

B. Back supports

3

V/2 x 5V4* x 25V2 in. "

C, Cross support

1

IVl x 3 x 58V2 in.

D. Slats

16

'■Vi x 2V2 x 43 in.

E. Arms

2

Wi x 3 x 25 in.

F. Arm supports

2

x 3 x 13 in.

| Width of rough stock prior to finished cutting

Where Put Hole Arms Porch Swing

SIDE ELEVATION

7/&" counterbore, W deep,

5Vz"

3"

125/3"

ARM SUPPORT

7/b" counterbore, t/2" deep

7Ae" Hole

7/b" counterbore, t/2" deep

7Ae" Hole

Arm Elevation Technique

24 W

5Vz"

IV2"

25V2"

Arm beyond

Rabbet this area 3A" deep

2V/2"

55/&" BACK SUPPORT

V"

a»**"

I

é\

-4-,

I

■ ;

\

■A*

7

/

1

-II

r

-a

-

;

S v

: !

Rabbet this area 3A" deep

Arm support beyond

CROSS SUPPORT

Each square equals 1"

SEAT SUPPORT

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