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Posted on November 5, 2010 at 1:53am — 1 Comment

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At 7:24pm on May 15, 2010, Mike rignola said…
I might have to try making one and see how it goes.
At 11:13pm on May 14, 2010, Ian S said…
This set is only 64" wide, enough to seat four adults and two children comfortably here.

You can cut the size down easily. The trick is keeping the correct distance between the legs and arms so they will fit together properly.
At 8:24pm on May 14, 2010, Mike rignola said…
Thanks Ian S You could make a killing with the folding tables here on L.I. especially if you made them smaller, the camping people would eat them up.
At 2:24pm on May 14, 2010, Ian S said…
The plans that I bought are are not written very well and are extremely vague. It took a lot of time to understand what they were trying to say and to try to cut the pieces out of the wood with minimal waste.
At 2:17pm on May 14, 2010, Ian S said…

At 2:16pm on May 14, 2010, Ian S said…
Thanks, I thought they were a neat idea. When I stumbled on the plans, I had to build a set.
At 9:42pm on May 13, 2010, Mike rignola said…
Nice table and benches.
At 10:20pm on February 17, 2010, Ian S said…
Another good source of information is a web site called

Thousands of professional-quality how-to videos by accomplished experts on every conceivable topic.
See how the experts do it!

Hope to hear from you again.
At 10:12pm on February 17, 2010, Ian S said…
To just add more wires and/or breakers to a box remember that:

14 awg wire will only carry a maximum load of 15 amps of power

12 awg wire will only carry a maximum load of 20 amps of power

10 awg wire will only carry a maximum load of 30 amps of power

You do not want to overload the circuit breakers.
Each circuit can hold a maximum of 8 outlets. (I only install 6) Each outlet can only carry 15 amps.
When installing outlet's around water (Kitchen, Bathroom, swimming pool, etc...), they need to be
GFCI* outlets.

*Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter.

Here is a link for some simple instructions:

Attached is a picture of a GFCI outlet installation.

Before I ramble too much further, tell me a little more of what you need to do and maybe a picture.

At 10:10pm on February 17, 2010, Ian S said…
Yes I have worked with electricity as a profession and I would like to ask you to seek the advise of
a local "Certified Electrician" before starting on your own. They might have and idea to help you out
in your project.

I don't want to say that working with electricity can not be done by the "Do it yourself-er", however,
you need to take every precaution to ensure your safety and the safety of those around you.

This is a link to download a copy of the

National Fire Protection Association's
National Electric Code 2008 in "PDF" format

Replacing the wiring in my daughters house was more simple for that I was installing an entirely new
service including new breaker box, a new box for the electric meter, and new wires going to the
electric pole.

If there are any blank spaces in the box without breakers, adding is easier than having to upgrade to
a larger electrical service. Please do ask your electric company for help, they can explain what new
components need to be installed. Do not "ASSUME: that because your neighbor has it at their place, you
can do it to yours.

When the lineman from the electric company comes around, he/she may have you undo all of your hard
work and redo things to fit their needs and codes.

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