July/August 2007
Volume 50
Issue 4
Archived Project Plans
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woodworking Plan Luggage Rack
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ROUTING: Professional-looking joinery & accents for your projects
 
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The Folding Luggage Stand

7: Install the webbing Once your joints have set-up, cut 2’ lengths of nylon webbing, fold each end back about 5/8” and use three #8 carpet or upholstery tacks to attach the webbing to your rails.

Bill of Materials
(finished dimensions in inches)

A Spindle 1-5/8 dia. x 22
B: Rails (2) 1 x 1-1/2 x 24
C: Legs (4) 3/4 x 3 x 26

Hardware
Auto seat belt webbing 6’
#8 x 1-3/4” flathead wood screws (2)
#8 carpet/upholstery tacks (18)
1” I.D. flat washers (2)

Spindel/Leg/Rail Detail | Luggage Assembly

 
 
 
     
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