DIY Dining Room Chairs with Casters

May 11th

Dining room chairs with casters – For most of the dining room chairs, the capacity is determined is designed by the amount of the weight of the seat to support. It is also important to choose the castor designed for the floor area in the restaurant. Add a caster to a non-caster chair is easy using the mounting plate style caster.

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Turn the dining chair upside down so the bottom of the legs is easily accessible. Measure the dimensions of the seat bottom with a tape measure. If there is an existing path or bumper on the chair leg, remove it. Select a mounting plate type caster. The dining room chairs with casters must be designed to carry for a quarter of the maximum weight that the chair is assessed. The caster must be adapted to the type of floor surface where the chair will be used.

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Place the mounting plate centered on the bottom of the chair leg. Mark the mounting holes with a pencil. Drill holes in each brand that are one size smaller than the screws that are included with the wheels, or you want to use to install the wheels. Screw the mounting plate on the underside of the chair leg with a screwdriver. Repeat for each legs to be dining room chairs with casters.