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Timber Frame Swing Set Plan

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This simple but fun timber frame swing set would be a great beginner’s project. Your kids will love playing with whatever you can dream up to hang from the cantilevered ends– a tire swing, climbing rope, or you name it.  The splayed legs of the main frame and the attractive knee braces supporting the ends ensure a sturdy base for hours of fun.

This timber frame plan package includes both dimensioned blueprints and detail drawings. It also has a materials list to purchase and cut the members you’ll need to complete your framing structure and tips on suggested assemblies. This package is a do-it-yourselfer’s dream!

The drawings include renderings, timber schedule, plan, elevation and sectional drawings, and all the piece and joinery details you will need to build this small timber frame swing set. Formatted in an instantly downloadable PDF designed for 8 ½” x 11’ paper that contains 16 pages.

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11 thoughts on “Timber Frame Swing Set Plan”

  1. Before a purchase I need to know a few things to see if it is the right plan for us. The length of this to see if it fits in the space I have. I’d also like to know the height bc I don’t want to build something that won’t give a good thrilling swing for my older kids. Does this design require tie-down or cementing? Seems like that is a good idea for most A frames? If so do you recommend the easiest/best brands for this?

    Thanks
    Mary

  2. The swing set designed to be 8’7 1/2″ from the ground to the top of the beam. It needs to be low to make the tire swing safer. Yes it is recommended that the post are setting to the ground with concrete for maximum durability.

  3. is the top beam one piece? its a 6×8? That will be the hardest part to find that size and length here in Canada but I am looking before I start this project

  4. Michael Schaefer

    Brice,
    Can this be made taller to support larger kids or adults, say, up to combine weight of 400 lbs.?
    Mike

  5. Brice,
    I’m having trouble getting a 6×8 18′ timber locally. Would I be ok with 6×6 treated yellow pine or cedar?
    Also, on PD2 there is a mistake. In the lower left corner it calls for 8×8’s instead of 6×6’s.
    Mike

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