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Tub Frame.

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--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Tub frame serves as a bathboard, allowing a parent to bathe the child without straining to lift it out of a deep the bathtub. Instructions for constructing aluminum or wooden models of a tub frame. The aluminum frame is made with 1 1/2 inch diameter aluminum tubing, welded together to form a rectangular frame as wide as the distance from the bathtub wall to the outer edge of the ledge, minus approximately 2 inches, and as long as the tub. Strips of 2 inch webbing are attached using metal screws and washers, and woven together. A holder for the frame is made with pieces of 3/8 inch steel rod bent to a 90 degree angle, self-locking nuts, and a 3/8 inch piece of hose. The frame is attached to the holders with self-locking nuts. To use the frame, place it on top of the bathtub and adjust the nuts so that they are tight against the tub and the frame is stationary. Includes diagrams and photographs. Also provides instructions for a wooden frame. SKILLS REQUIRED: Metalworking. Welding. Assembly. AUTHOR: Hofmann, R B TITLE: How to Build Special Furniture and Equipment for Handicapped Children REF: Springfield, Illinois: Charles C Thomas: p 72-75 NARIC CALL NUMBER: R3404 PAGES ( including cover): 3 1970.

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