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  1. TIm Hall
    July 7, 2015 @ 11:50 am

    Is there a particular reason you flipped the half lap joint? If you did not flip it I think it might look more symmetrical and not loose strength?

    Tim

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    • Steve Ramsey
      July 8, 2015 @ 7:03 pm

      It would work fine either way!

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  2. Mario Ramirez Salazar
    July 7, 2015 @ 1:27 pm

    Hi Steve, thank you for providing this excellent idea. Monterrey, Nuevo Leon Mexico greets you.

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  3. Bryan Klein
    August 20, 2015 @ 10:51 pm

    I plan to do this one tomorrow! I expect it to be more difficult than many of my other projects because of the angles involved. Plus my table saw can only cut 2 1/2″ deep so I’ll have to flip the boards over.

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  4. AJ Johnson
    October 21, 2015 @ 5:41 am

    I made this Mon&Tue and it was pretty simple but rewarding to make. There were a couple of things in the plans that could have been clearer but I figured it out. The most beneficial thing was that during the build I discovered my tablesaw was out of alignment and thus, the reason others of my projects were coming out with problems!!

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  5. Bruce Frey
    June 19, 2016 @ 5:22 pm

    Thank you Steve. I built two at the same time. It was fun and a good learning experience doing the half lap joints.

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  6. Doug Bradford
    December 28, 2017 @ 8:35 am

    Hi Steve, let me start by saying thank you for the videos and free plans! I have been looking to build a wooden work stool that I can stand on while doing under-hood maintenance and repair on my 3/4 ton truck. This design looks great but I need the step/seat portion to be taller, wider and longer (22″H x 14″W x 36″L)…being mathematically challenged, how do I extrapolate your design with the (15 degree angles) to figure out the new lengths required for legs and base? Do you think an additional vertical support would be required in the middle due to the increased length? Any assistance would be appreciated.

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  7. Agata
    February 25, 2018 @ 1:37 pm

    2/4 is in inches???

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  8. Agata
    February 25, 2018 @ 2:31 pm

    Could You give dimensions in cm?Please

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    • Aaron
      March 20, 2018 @ 6:32 am

      38 x 89 mm

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