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    Piano Stool

    As the object with many aspects of use, the stool has played the important role in

    everyday life since long time ago. Made up in various shapes and having symbolic,

    ceremonial and practical meaning, in the past times these seats were also significant ritual

    objects, used by chiefs, shamans and members of various tribes for centuries. With asuitable small size, stools were precious personal things, especially for people living in

    moving villages and for migrant nations, providing them refreshing moments of rest and

    preserving the memories of their motherlands. Nowadays, the stool remains to be a

    favorite widget, whether it serves as a seating for craftsmen, farmers and artists, or its

    being popular among the children and adults as both practical and decorative part of

    furniture.

    You can use many kinds of wood for making this Stool, but we recommend you to purchasesome wood with nice texture like ash, beech, walnut, cedar, birch, maple, oak, pine, etc.

    Make all the items precisely by the measurements given on particular 2D drawings. Themeasurements are given in millimeters, and the measurements in inches are given in brakes (1

    inch = 25, 4 mm).

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    Assembly Drawing

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    Assemblage Instructions

    1. Weld together items Top Disc (item 2), Axle (item 4) and Triangle (item 10). Grind the welded

    beads to look smooth.

    2. Fasten the Top (item 1) to the assembly made in previous step with Wood Screws D4,5x30mm (item

    3). Before using Wood screws, drill the proper pilot holes (by following 2D documentation).

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    3. Weld together items Nut (item 6) and And Nut Cover (item 7). Grind the welded beads to look

    smooth.

    4. Join the Body (item 5) with the subassembly made in the previous step using Wood Screw D3,5 x

    30 mm (item 8). You should drill the Pilot holes for the Wood Screws first.

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    5. Attach the Leg (items 9) to the subassembly made in the previous step with glue

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    6. Screw down the subassembly made in step 2 to the subassembly made in the previous step.