403 ERROR The request could not be satisfied. 403 ERROR The request could not be satisfied. About: A person with a huge wide of interests where I, when able, give as much as possible back to my kids. The society don’t give what I was given as pictures drill for kids child with parks that had playgrounds open for everyone.
I have no knowledge of what I’m doing so if you think I’m using maths that are to much that’s probably true. The end result is what matters for me. Good looking and good structure that will hold for anything kids can think of. The slide is part of a indoor play ground, my kids call it “Tower” so when its all done we will probably name it that. And I’m sorry for some pictures that are unfocused.
They looked fine in cam but on computer I now see they are not. 2 x wood studs by desired length. And any necessary tool to use to get the job done. I didn’t want my slide to be a straight down slide so I added a bump. I already have a support structure so that part you might have to figure out yourself. If you have any questions ask. I don’t think I can explain what I have done any better than the pictures do.
I have used the timber battens as support for the planks that will support the slide board. First I did measure how many I needed to a get a good feeling. Not to far apart so it became a “bumpy” slide because that the planks was to far away. I decided on my tries to have a space of 140 millimetres between, its a bit bumpy for 79kg. Even if that would be to far away apart for a child I will just add one board on top of this when its worn out so that will be a fix by it self I hope.
I don’t have any fancy tools so I make do with what I have. As the corners was way to sharp I needed to make them round. First I found something that I could use, a bowl in my case. Then I did measure how much I wanted to remove, I decided 80 millimetres.