Nesting chair, camp chair, tailgating chair, call it whatever you want!
You are purchasing two (2) full size MDF templates for you to make your own nesting chairs. Use the template to make and sell as many chairs as you want. My take on the classic nesting chair. The seat nests inside the back for easy storage and transport. To use this template you will need a 1/2″ diameter (1/4″ radius) flush trim router bit. To make the slats you will need a 1/4″ radius roundover router bit.
What makes the template unique is that it eliminates any guess work for layout and assembly making it an incredibly easy and repeatable build. Simply use a 1/4″ diameter flush trim bit to recreate the sides, cut the slats to 2″ wide and use a 1/4″ round over bit so the slats match the profile of the template notches. Then the slats are easily located and secured with screws. The only measuring you need to do is maintain an even 1/4″ slat overhang on each side. Full instructions will be in the build article this Sunday.
– 1/4″ MDF template for the seat support.
– 1/4″ MDF template for the back support.
– You will need a 1/2″ diameter (1/4″ radius) or smaller flush trim router bit for the templates.
– You will need a 1/4″ radius roundover router bit for the seat and back slats.
– A link to instructions will be provided once the project is published. Seat slats are 2″ in width and however long you want. I used 19-1/2″ long slats. The captured rear slat on the seat assembly is cut to the width of the seat assembly and secured with screws from below.