Saturday Morning Workshop How To Build A Dog Bowl Stand
Saturday morning workshop how to build a dog bowl stand is post about Woodworking Projects bookmarked by carl with ID 13756729998 was uploaded on 29-01-2019 and has been viewed 284,760 times.
What It Takes Time: 2 hours Cost: $40 Skill Level: Beginner Cutting List Tech Art Mill parts to size Cut the parts to the sizes in the Cutting List (or your dog and bowl size).Measure the height from the floor to your dog's shoulder (the 'wither' height) and subtract 9-3/4 in.
to get the length of the stand legs (A), see Fig.2.Drill the pocket holes Drill pocket holes in all of the apron (B and C) ends.Also add pocket holes to the apron edges for attaching the top (A).Assemble the base Set the short apron (C) on a 1/4-in.
spacer to create the offset.Glue and clamp a leg (A) to each end of the short apron so that the ends of the legs and the top of the apron are flush.Attach with 1-1/4-in.washer-head screws.Use stainless steel screws so they won't rust.
Repeat this step for the other short apron.Finish the base by gluing, clamping and fastening the long aprons (B) between the assembled ends.Apply edge banding Iron the edge banding so that the edges overhang both faces of the plywood.
To ensure good adhesion, rub the edge banding down with a wood block while the glue is setting.With the edge banding face down on your bench, carefully trim the excess with a utility knife.Cut the holes for the bowls Mark the exterior edges of the bowls, making sure they won't run into the apron or legs.
Find the center of the bowl, subtract the lip from the diameter measurement and mark the cutting line with a compass.Drill a 3/8-in.hole for the jigsaw's blade and cut out the circles.Attach the top Center the base on the top (A) with the project upside down.
Clamp and fasten with wood glue and 1-1/4-in.washer-head screws...