Back Stop Notch Layout

can cut the end notches straight, if you want to. Then, after assembling the back frame, you'll probably have to chisel some extra stock off the sides of these notches so the rod doesn't bind.

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Cut the shapes of the back supports K/ and back braces, l/sing a hand saw or a sahrc saw, round both ends of the back braces, and the lower ends of the back supports. Sand away any saw marks.

Layout the notches in the back supports for the back adjusting rod. Don't make these notches straight. The arc-is sufficiently small so that the adjusting rod won't just bind up when you try to swing it into the notches. It won't fit into straight notches at all. Mark the arcs, using the location of the bolt holes (where you will attach the back braces to the supports) as a pivot. Drill 1 "-diameter holes through the hoards to make the base of these notches, then remove the rest of the waste from the notches with a band saw or sabre saw.

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