Boot Jack

The  Boot Jack is a nice simple project that has a real practical use. It overcomes the problem of removing muddy wellies without getting dirty. Below are two solutions to making a Boot Jack from 19mm Lamwood. There is ample scope for student customisation of this simple project through cutting curves into it, pyrography, carving, etc.

 Tools and Processes List – Boot Jack

 

Boot Jack Solution 1 – Housing Joint & Screws

 

Photorealistic Image of Sample Solution

 

Photograph of Sample Solution

 

 Printable PDF Working Drawing of Boot Jack 1

 

 Boot jack 1 – Cutting list

 

 

Boot Jack Solution 2 – Wedged Mortice & Tenon

 

Photorealistic Image of Sample Solution

 

Photograph of Sample Solution

 

 Printable PDF Working Drawing of Boot Jack 2

 

 Boot jack 2- cutting list

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