— the manual milling machine or the circular saw supplied with a fine edge for are sharp plywood and a drill/screw-driver.
There are also two main kinds of the lifting mechanism: spring and gas-lifts. Both mechanisms have the similar principle of work: they create force which helps to lift a bed in a closed position.
The case bed rises by means of the spring mechanism or gas-lifts. But, as a rule, the majority of cases beds which are made by master handymen, have the gas-lift mechanism.
On type and the size of the produced bed gas-lifts of various force separately are selected. As a variable in this case mattress weight acts. If for a bed with the unregulated gas-lift mechanism you use too easy mattress, in that case the bed will rise slightly over a floor and to hang. In this case it is necessary to add necessary weight under a mattress to hold a bed on a floor.
This force is regulated so that weight of a frame and mattress was enough for maintenance of a bed in the horizontal family way on a floor. Some spring systems have the regulation mechanism, but gas-lifts cannot be adjusted, as a rule.
Each case bed has three main important components. it:
The bed framework reliably holds a mattress. As the framework has to be located in a wall case, its thickness is an important point. The standard design does not include a spring grid, and mattress thickness thus should not exceed 30 cm.
Secondly, before a bed you will need about two meters of easily cleared away space (with furniture, which is easy for rearranging) in order that it to spread out this bed in a consequence.
First, it is necessary that in the room there were at least one and a half meters of free wall space for a single bed and even more — for a bed is wider – well or if you intend to attach a bookcase nearby.
The Tortsovochny saw is also very convenient for exact cutting on length, however its use is not optional.