Yes, but then the maker assumes responsibility for the safety of the equipment for its entire lifespan. The proper construction of equipment  is more challenging that one might think at first.

Oftentimes, the result is rather unattractive when compared to factory-made pieces. With more than 10 years of experience in the research and development of play equipment, the author of this text does not encourage the making of your own play equipment for public use.

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