Baseball/Softball Dugout Benches

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evanwoodshop added on 11/22/2020

These benches can be used for any baseball or softball team.

Directions

Follow the steps below to complete this project.

1

Cut Out Frame Pieces

There are 7 parts to a frame. Part 1 is 11.5" long with a 36 degree cut on the left and a 45 degree cut on the right. Part 2 is 17" long with a 15 degree cut at the bottom and a 39 degree cut at the top. Part 3 is 32.5" long with just a 45 degree cut at the top. Part 4 is 16" long with a 45 degree cut at the top. Part 5 is 18.75" long with a 45 degree cut at both ends. Part 6 is 16" long with a 45 degree cut at the top. part 7 is 31.5" long. You need to make each piece 8 times. (8 frames per bench)

2

Build Frames

I found it easy to build the frames in a particular order. I connected pieces 2 and 5 first, then 1 to 2, then 3 to 1, then 4 to 5, then 6 to 5, and put 7 on last. You need 8 frames per bench. Frames will be spaced out 4 feet from each other, with 2 of the frames connected in the middle.

3

Lay Top Boards Down

All top boards are 2"x4"x12'. There are 24 top boards per bench. 8 boards for the seat, 8 boards for the back, and 8 boards for the shelf. Lay them down with the frames 4 feet apart with 2 of the frames connected in the middle.

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Materials Required:

Wood Products:

(32) 2x4, 12 feet, Board  

Hardware/Supplies:

(1) Box of 3" Deck Screws  

Parts/Cut List:

(8) Part 1, 2"x4"x11.5"  
(8) Part 2, 2"x4"x17"  
(8) Part 3, 2"x4"x32.5"  
(8) Part 4, 2"x4"x16"  
(8) Part 5, 2"x4"x18.75"  
(8) Part 6, 2"x4"x16"  
(8) Part 7, 2"x4"x31.5"  
(24) Top Boards, 2"x4"x12'  

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