>I will be finished tonight building the hammock stand that Risk designed.
>Man, it's sturdier than I thought it would be!
>Risk, I have two questions:
>1) When you cut the 4'x4' plywood "in half", and then cut two triangles
>from each piece, do you mean cut it diagonally, essentially cutting an
>"X" in it? I think I did that step wrong, but I had some spare plywood
>lying around, so I am not undersizing any of the parts if I indeed made
>my cuts wrong.
I modified the instructions at:
to show the cuts. Yes, you should have two triangles that are not
needed for this project.
>2) How many screws do you use to attach the triangle that is on the end
>of the bottom brace to the upright (the ones you remove to disassemble)?
>I know there are two screws holding the bottom brace to the 4' end piece,
>but I can't see how many screws are holding the plywood to the upright.
Two screws in each edge.
>As Ciyd said, thanks for sharing all that you do! It is most appreciated.
You are quite welcome.