Free standing hammock – This DIY project will take about a day. Considering the cost of raw materials, this hammock is probably not going to be much cheaper than a finished hammock you can buy at a store. If you choose to deal with this project, do it because you like to work with wood and build things by hand, not to save money. When the project is finished, you have a working hammock, you can be proud to build yourself. Make a free standing hammock, cut one end of each 6-foot beam with a saw, and angle the end of 30 degrees. Place the two 8-foot rays together so that their ends are at even height. Action 2m from each end and mark the tops of beams with a pen in these places.
Ideas for make free standing hammock, place one of the 6-foot beams on the floor so that the angled end is flat on the ground. Clamp the 8-foot beams in place and ask a partner to hold the 6 foot beam still as you drill four 1/2 inch holes through the two 8-foot beams and the 6 foot beam in the area where they overlap. Remove the clips, then insert the screws into the holes and tighten them tight with a tightening washer and a nut on the threaded end. Use a wrench to tighten the nuts. Insert the other 6-foot beam into the space between the 8-foot beams at the other end where you made pencil marks.
Then to make free standing hammock, drill four holes through the space where the 8-foot beams and the 6 foot beam overlap. Remove the clips and insert the screws. Place a sharpening washer on the threaded end of each bolt and screw a nut to hold the bolt in place. Place a 4-foot beam centered under each end of the 8-foot beams so that the 4-foot beams and 8-foot beams are perpendicular. Use metal connection brackets located on either side of the 8-foot beams to insert 8-foot beams to the 4-foot beams.