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Treehouses and Playhouses You Can Build (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 27. Oktober 2006

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"Jeanie and David Stiles are recreation experts," says Matt Laurer of NBC's The Today Show, when the Stiles built a "treeless" treehouse in only three hours at Rockefeller Center in New York City.

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David and Jeanie have been writing "how-to" books together for the past twelve years. Most recently, the couple built a treehouse on The Today Show in Rockefeller Center in New York. They divide their time between New York City and East Hampton, where they live in a barn they renovated together.

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Das Buch ist sehr nett gemacht, mit vielen guten Erklärungen zu Werkzeug Material usw. Vorrausetzung ist allerdings daß man Englisch kann. Man kann echt vielen Anregungen aus dem Buch entnehmen. Ich finde es gut, daß man sieht was die Amerikaner für Baumhäuser und Spielhäuser bauen.
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HASH(0x90f526fc) von 5 Sternen Perfect for the young builder 21. Februar 2008
Von Steve in Maine - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is the latest installment in a long string of wonderful books from David and Jeanie Stiles. Inside you won't find glossy, double page spreads of extravagant treehouses ... this is not a coffee table book. Rather, it is a how-to book, and the best one available for those that want to build their own whimsical play structure. Inside you will find excellent line drawings and readable explanations of intelligent, creative, and well though-out designs.

David starts with the basics: tools. From there you follow a complete and logical progression to completed treehouse. In between you'll get solid building advice. David has built his designs. He knows how to make life easier for you by using common materials and minimizing cuts. The building advice is spot on throughout.

The huge, huge, huge problem with this book is the 20 or so options David gives you for connecting lumber to tree. They are almost all bad. Never girdle a growing limb with rope or cable. Never use nails. This leaves you with only lag bolting. To be sure, there are other ways. But the only safe and tree-friendly way presented in this book (and any of his other works) is to use lags.

This is the by far the best book to give to a young builder and is probably a treasure to any 8 or 9 year old lucky enough to have a copy. It will get their mind working. The crazy schemes they come up with will amaze you.

The ideas inside this book are great. Fun, imaginative, unique. If you know a young boy (or girl) with a tree, get him this book. And when it comes time to actually build their creation, call an arborist and he'll set you straight about properly attaching it to a tree.
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HASH(0x90f52948) von 5 Sternen Great Treehouse Book! 8. März 2007
Von Kat in Austin, TX - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book is a wonderful how-to book for those who need all the help they can get on building a treehouse. The plans are great and we are building the basic treehouse which is perfect for our 8 and 5 year old kids. Lots of ideas on everything from picking trees, buying lumber, safety tips, to flexible extras. We bought all three of David Stiles treehouse books and this was by far the best and we could have just bought this one and been happy but are glad to have them all. Would highly recommend to parents contemplating building a treehouse or for kids who want to dream of one.
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HASH(0x90f52b88) von 5 Sternen Exceptional Book 14. Dezember 2010
Von Matthew D. Copley - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I bought three different books on building tree houses. I have absolutely ZERO experience in building anything. I simple used the plans in this book for a basic tree house and just modified it a little bit. If I had only bought the other two books I would have probably given up on the idea. This book made it so easy that now my kids have the coolest tree house in the neighborhood. In fact, if I took a picture of this thing and sent it to the author he would probably include the picture in the next edition. The only advice I can give you is, buy this book and plan on spending double whatever you are planning to spend and you will be the coolest dad in the world.
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HASH(0x90f52d2c) von 5 Sternen Structural advice in this book is potentially fatal. 23. Mai 2015
Von Austin - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This review is one star for bad structural advice. Let me provide one example. In the section about chain, page 57: "5/16 inch chain (actually 5/8 inch when you add the other side of the link) has a working load of only 1,900 pounds, whereas 5/8 inch Dacron rope has a breaking strength of 8,910 pounds, more than four times the strength of chain."
NO! WRONG!
5/16 inch chain has a cross sectional area of .153 inches squared. (Each side of the link has a cross sectional area of .0767 inches squared). 5/8 inch rope has a cross sectional area of 0.306 inches squared. That is twice as much area as the chain.
Second, they compare WORKING load of chain to BREAKING strength of rope. That is incorrect. 5/8 Dacron rope has a WORKING load of 1100 pounds. (http://www.boatsafe.com/marlinespike/safeload.htm). Thus one can see that the chain is stronger. In basic terms, the difference between working load and breaking strength is a factor of safety. Do not confuse them. Someone may die.
Finally, not all 5/16 chain has a working load of 1,900 pounds. Chain is available in various grades. The grade is a measure of the strength of the steel. Grade 30 5/16 chain is commonly available with a working load of 1,900 pounds; however, it is also readily available in higher strengths (e.g. grade 43 has a working load of 3,900 pounds).
In another entry in the book, they mention 3/4" Dacron rope has a breaking strength of 11,000 pounds. A safe working load might actually be as low as 1375 pounds.
These are just two examples of incorrect use of capacities. There are a lot of good ideas in the book and I appreciate the authors' efforts to economize. I am usually not an alarmist. However, their knowledge of material strengths leaves enough room for error that this review had to be posted before someone gets hurt. Please do your own calculations after sufficient research to understand what you are actually calculating or hire a competent professional if you are uncomfortable doing them yourself. At a minimum, never use breaking strength for your calculations-- when the load approaches or meets the breaking load, someone will get hurt.
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HASH(0x90f52c00) von 5 Sternen The Ideas are great...BUT the instructions are NOT! 23. Juli 2012
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I choose the easiest project out of this book for my first..the treeless tree house, the materials list is outdated and you will not find the plywood at HD, Lowes or Lumber 86..they can substitute for you though. The instructions are great right up until it leaves out that little bit of knowledge you as a first time builder require. What angle here? How do I measure it accurately? And by cut the 2 x 8 's you mean cut them here, not here where you talk about them later. And things like, remember that when you are moving this heavy frame for the deck that it is only attached by nails and WILL come apart if not handled very carefully. I DO NOT RECOMMEND this book for newer builders, it is only useful for ideas...Not at all what I was expecting to receive, it forces you to double check the authors on things you know little about. I am halfway through my project, the pie rat ship was to be next.....but I have to reconsider, because this 'easy' project was too much wasted and repeated effort.
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