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Ron what kind of plywood did you use for this project? Also would you use the same kind of plywood if you needed to make a seat 80" long. How is it supported?
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He did, watch where he constructs the base for the seat. You'll notice that he places the middle stretcher with the long side parallel to the floor rather than perpendicular to it like the rest of the supports. This allows venting through the front.
You are correct Bro.
Ron, I noticed at the end of the video that the bench is covering a air vent. Did you allow for airflow to escape from under the bench?
i like your video and plans and thanks of your exelent idea
Is there storage under the seat?
I saw this also, I think somewhere between the end of making the box and delivering it, he puts an extra piece of ply in the middle of the box. It isn't shown anywhere but at the end.
Where can you buy the joining clamp that you used in the seat bench project?