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DIY Modern Curved Plywood Lounger Chair

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General Information

We decided to put our design and engineering skills to the test by building a wooden live hinge lounge chair. The chair is made from 3/4" plywood and has walnut end caps.

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Modern Lounge Chair

This week, we decided to put our design and engineering skills to the test by building a wooden live hinge lounge chair. The chair is made from 3/4" plywood and has walnut end caps. We used a technique called live hinge, where you take out material in a uniform pattern, which allows the plywood to compress and then bend.

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BUILD FILES
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Products Used———-
• Half a sheet of 3/4" Birch plywood
• (2) 1 × 6 × 24 Walnut
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Ivan McFarlan
Nice design. Where are the files for the legs?
Ivan McFarlan
ethan schweizer
very cool. What bit is it that you used? 1/4" single upcut spiral
ethan schweizer
Bill Karmis
Are there files for the legs?
Bill Karmis
Nick Arnold
I have been a woodworker for many years but admittedly I have never cut a living hinge from plywood. Am I missing something here? There seems to be no symmetry whatsoever, other than the Y coordinate. Not all of the rectangles are the same size. The pattern just looks off.
Nick Arnold
Gurbey Demirturk
There are no files. Design is on Easel. It is on the right side of the picture.
Gurbey Demirturk
Gurbey Demirturk
The legs are also on the same Easel file. Look at the left bottom of the page.
Gurbey Demirturk