TREEHOUSE ASSEMBLY KIT – 2-4 TREES – DYNAMIC
With this assembly kit, you can glide your platform between 2, 3 or 4 trees. The support beams are firmly anchored to the most solid tree, while the other trees remain movable with the Dynamic Supports.
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The classic for treehouses between 2, 3 and 4 trees!
A sliding platform is well suited when a lot of movement in the trees is expected. This is the case if the trees have a trunk diameter < 60 cm (24 in) at installation height, the treehouse is higher than 3 m (10 ft) in the tree or the trees are exposed to strong winds. There is great freedom of design in the base area of the platform, even with curved and inclined trees. Spans of up to 8 m (26 ft) are easily possible; with even larger tree spans, an additional centre support makes sense, as otherwise the supporting beam becomes too massive. The advantage over the construction with triangles and struts is the floating appearance and the freely usable space under the treehouse.
Minimum trunk diameter ø > 45 cm (17 in) at platform height.
The bolts are fixed opposite each other in the tree and support the two wooden beams on which the platform is fixed. Static Supports are mounted on the thicker tree. Dynamic Supports are mounted on the thinner tree – this allows the trees to dance independently in the wind.
Minimum trunk diameter tree with 2 Screws ø > 45 cm (17 in) at platform height.
Minimum trunk diameter of secondary trees with 1 Screw ø > 35 cm (14 in) at platform height.
The most massive tree 1 carries the two bolts with the Static Supports – trees 2 & 3 are each slidingly supported.
Minimum trunk diameter trees with 1 Screw ø > 35 cm at platform height.
The two strongest trees 1 & 2 carry the Static Support – tree 3 & 4 are slidingly supported.
What is delivered?
- The wood is not included in the kit.
- Technical details can be found on the respective product pages.
- Total weight: 35310 g
- Article number: TTS-2SET-DYN
- HS codes (customs): 73181542, 73089059
Calculate beam dimensions
Wood type for outdoor use: e.g. larch or Douglas fir
The greater the span, the greater the height of the timber beam must be.
Example for the calculation of timber cross-sections at 6 m centre distance between the trees:
- Main girders stand e.g. 1 m above each → 8 m total length.
- Beam height = centre distance [cm] / 20 = 600 cm / 20 = 30 cm (minimum height).
- Width of the support beams: 8 – 10 cm (3,1 – 3,9 in)
Height difference Static & Dynamic Supports
When mounting, note the 5 mm height difference of the Supports:
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Frequently Asked Questions
How do I install a Treehouse Screw?
Will my treehouse grow upwards with the tree?
Don’t worry, you don’t have to extend your ladder every year. Trees only sprout at the branch tips. The rest of the tree then only grows in width (thickness growth, annual rings). You can easily observe this by looking at the carvings on the trunk, they remain at the same height for the rest of the tree’s life – just like your tree house.
Can I additionally reinforce the platform construction?
If you want to build a very large treehouse, you can reinforce your Screws to increase the load-bearing capacity and thus the safety. This is especially recommended for soft trees (spruce, fir, willow, poplar, Douglas fir, larch, …).
How can I transfer the exact height of the Tree Screws to other trees?
The easiest way to do this is with a simple hose level, which you can buy for a few euros at the DIY store. Or you can use a professional levelling device. Then mark the exact height with a small wood screw.