Its time to add the safety rails

Note: When turning one of the beds over and stacking it on top of the other bed to make a top bunk, you'll need to add a head rail at one end and a pair of side

Vie" grooves 1/ie" deep Vz" center-to-center (4 grooves per step)

^#8x1 Va" F.H. wood screw ladder

Vie" grooves 1/ie" deep Vz" center-to-center (4 grooves per step)

  • 8x1 Va" F.H. wood screw
  • 2" shank hole, countersunk Va" round-over in all hand holes Vs" round-overs

Bladder side view

Va" dadoes Vs" deep

%2" shank hole, countersunk Va" round-over in all hand holes Vs" round-overs

Va" dadoes Vs" deep

LADDER CATCH (2 needed)

LADDER CATCH (2 needed)

IB full-size udder catch pattern rails to the top bunk to keep children from falling out of bed. You'll also need to rotate the bedrails (I) to keep the cleat (J) along the bottom edge of the rail.

ICut the side rails (O) and headboard rail (P) to size. Mark a 2" radius on each corner, and cut and sand to shape.

2 Cut the supports (Q) to size. Rout a W round-over along the edges noted on Drawing 4. Using the same drawing for reference, drill mounting holes and screw the supports to the head and side safety rails.

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