Início Marcenaria Build this budget-friendly outdoor bench using 2x4s. Fun & easy weekend woodworking...MarcenariaBuild this budget-friendly outdoor bench using 2x4s. Fun & easy weekend woodworking project!Por Fernando de Miranda Lisbôa Júnior - 02/03/20202243Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Linkedin Email Print Dare to be colorful! Limited time only…Purple WWMM logo t-shirts: http://www.cafepress.com/meremortalsshop Downlad free plans and read more info about the … source ARTIGOS RELACIONADOSMais do autor MarcenariaREVIEW: Steve Ramsey's Powered Up Course MarcenariaBOOM Box Amplifier! Explosive Sound For Your Tunes. MarcenariaFolding Wine Stand: Perfect for Picnics. Summer Fun! 43 COMENTÁRIOS0:04 biggest mistake of your life Faça login para deixar um comentárioSigh… The link to the plans does work. I still love the bench though. Faça login para deixar um comentárioThanks for the video! 🙂 Was wondering …. what kind of paint did you use? Some sort of primer/paint exterior stain or paint? If not – why did you opt not to use primer? – Thanks! Faça login para deixar um comentárioHi Steve, awesome bench,luv it, but what are the dimensions ?? thx U Faça login para deixar um comentárioHi Steve i'm loving your site, at the moment i;m in the process of making your collapsible sawhorse unfortunately i don't have a pocket hole jig, difficulty finding one in Ireland but i googled how to make pocket hole without a jig and low and behold i found out how to make them for the moment until i purchase one on Amazon.i'm also looking to make your purple bench, but i don't have the measurements for the bench, how do i obtain the measurements for the purple bench, ps i will feed the on one at a time, Regards Shay Roche from Dublin, Ireland. Faça login para deixar um comentárioThat is one glorious shade of purple! 😀 Genius too since purple complements the orange tones in the rest of the yard in a fun way. Faça login para deixar um comentáriodo u have web site ? cuz I am biggenr I need all sizes Faça login para deixar um comentárioi really appreciate when they show the error process rather than delete it. we'll do some errors when making stuffs so it can help us how to fix it. good! Faça login para deixar um comentárioHi Steve, how can you make this if you dont have the pocket jig tool? Cheers, love your work! 🙂 Faça login para deixar um comentáriowhat hand saws did you use at around 2:36? Faça login para deixar um comentárioMake a Box, and paint it purple Faça login para deixar um comentárioDucks equal subscribers Faça login para deixar um comentárioWhat kind of paint did you use? Faça login para deixar um comentáriois that a pine wood? Faça login para deixar um comentárioif i were to make it and sell it what would be a good price. Faça login para deixar um comentárioThe word is that Hyezmar (google him) is going to change his mind and sell his plans, but as of today there’s still available to download, you’re welcome 😀 Faça login para deixar um comentáriowhats the name of the color? I need to have it.. Faça login para deixar um comentárioI'm new to woodworking and just purchased a used table saw. I'm curious. Is there a reason you choose to use a miter saw to cut the wood over a table saw? Would there be any difference if I cut the wood using a table saw? Thanks. Going to try to make this project thanks to you. 🙂 Faça login para deixar um comentárioHi Steve,I have just made a garden bench and a I live in rainy england I was wondering if you have a method for stopping the legs from rotting away,the bench is soft wood cheers malc Faça login para deixar um comentáriogreat video!!! Congratulations from Brazil Faça login para deixar um comentáriosimple, easy and useful, nica Job í Will build one of those myself Faça login para deixar um comentárioHi I'm a complete beginner at woodworking and I'm doing this for an eagle project.Some things that are not clear to me are:1. what type of wood to use2. how long the deck screws need to be and as well as, how many3. how pocket screws work.4. and how much paint do i need?It would be really nice if you could also give me some tips 🙂Thanks! Faça login para deixar um comentárioSteve, I really like this project, I will modify it to make bonsai stands. Again, thanks a bunch. John Faça login para deixar um comentárioI'd like to know more measurements. Like how long are the seat board? and how much did you space them? Faça login para deixar um comentárioHello Steve can you please make simple projects for people the want to star working with wood Faça login para deixar um comentáriomy wife calls me perfect, yep! She says that I'm, "the perfect example of imperfection." She says she knows how to have perfection in woodworking, "she buys it already made from the store.Hi Ed, Good job, mmmmm? What's this guys name anyway? No I didn't say his name was anyway.Have a great woodworking day, and no clowning in the shop, it's dangerous. Faça login para deixar um comentárioi swear my dad has this exact bench in our yard, except we use it to hold potted plants. Faça login para deixar um comentárioSteve, love the video and idea. The link to the plans no longer works and a search on your site only comes us with the Popsicle Bench (Which I love and am in the process of building). Can you check on this please????? Faça login para deixar um comentárioWhat paint did you use? Faça login para deixar um comentárioCARA VOCÊ É FERA NISSO MUITO BOM THE BEST Faça login para deixar um comentárioO LINK DO PROJETO NÃO FUNCIONA Faça login para deixar um comentárioSteve, I'd love to download your outdoor bench plans but I keep getting a 404 error code. I've seen this on several of your free plans, what's up bud? Faça login para deixar um comentárioI might use this design for my eagle project! Faça login para deixar um comentárioPage not found? Are the plans still available? Faça login para deixar um comentárioI really like this bench! Too bad the link to the plans is broken and I can't find it on your website. =( Faça login para deixar um comentáriocool bench but I could only assume your lumber store offered a free gallon of purple paint with the purchase of seven 2×4's Faça login para deixar um comentárioWhat about moisture content for outdoor furniture like this?Do you let your 2×4's dry before using them – or are you using them straight from the store? Faça login para deixar um comentárioWow I'm sure that's expensive to make . With all that purple heart Faça login para deixar um comentárioGreat project, Steve. Wondering if there is any risk of splitting the dowel upon driving in the screws? Faça login para deixar um comentárioWe were going to follow the plans on your website to build this bench but there is not a "material list" to follow. Faça login para deixar um comentárioCan you paint in any color you want instead of purple? Because my favorite color is green and I was thinking of painting my park bench (whenever I build one) lime green. Can you also paint the pocket holes too or will that be hard to put the screws in (actually maybe I could just paint the pocket holes after I put the screws in)?? Faça login para deixar um comentárioDear Steve! Any recommendation for a good Drill Press? Thanks for your inspiring videos! God bless. Faça login para deixar um comentárioBuilt this bench over this past weekend. Wife told me to take down an unused sandbox that I was asked to build two years ago out of untreated 2x10s. Then she said she wanted a bench to go where the sandbox was. It is a shady spot under a large tree. I wanted to put a patio there, but was over-ruled in favor of a sandbox. When she said "bench", I instantly thought of this one. Ripped the 2x10s to 2x4s, discarding the part that was in direct contact with the ground. Even reused the 3" deck screws! She's happy with the bench, and I am finally getting my shady patio. Total cost: one 3/4" dowel. Thanks, Steve! Faça login para deixar um comentárioDEIXE UMA RESPOSTA Cancelar respostaFaça login para deixar um comentário Não se inscreverTodos os comentáriosApenas respostas a meus comentários Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.