Garden Caddy: Rollable Holder
Garden Caddy: Rollable Holder
- OSB board, 18 mm:
- Laterals: 1,000 x 550 mm, 2 pieces (1)
- Shelf above: 480 x 230 mm, 1 piece (2)
- Shelf Center: 480 x 315 mm, 1 piece (5)
- Shelf below: 480 x 500 mm, 1 piece (8)
- Roof battens, planed, 18 x 36 mm:
- Upstand top rack: 480 mm, 2 pieces (3)
- Upstand top rack: 194 mm, 2 pieces (4)
- Classification: 70 mm, 5 pieces (11)
- Straight edge boards, 19 x 74 mm:
- Upstand medium Surface: 480 mm, 2 pieces (6)
- Upstand medium Surface: 277 mm, 2 pieces (7)
- Cross member: 480 mm, 1 (10)
- Rod beech, ø = 20 mm:
- Handle bar: 500 mm, 1 piece (12)
- Classification: 70 mm, 5 pieces (9)
- Axis with end caps, ø = 12 mm, 600 mm, 1 piece
- Wheels, ø = 152 mm, 2 pieces
- Spacer sleeves fit to the axis, 2 pieces
- Phillips screws, 4 x 40 mm, 62 pieces
- Phillips screws, 4 x 30 mm, 10 pieces
- Holzlasur, dark green, 750 ml
- Holzlasur, walnut, 375 ml
Contents: build garden aid itself
- tool list
- Step 1: Drill holes
- Step 2: Prepare material
- Step 3: Assemble basic framework
- Step 4: Finish Caddy
- Cordless Screwdriver
- 180-grit sandpaper
- Forstner bit ø = 20 mm
- Holzbohrer 5 and
- 13 mm, brush
When screwing together two pieces of wood, the wood part, is screwed through the first must always be pre-drilled! For a flush surface all screw heads should be sunk.
Step 1: Drill holes
Check all the parts needed to cut the toom BauMarkt. Transfer the contours and positions of the holes of the mask on the side parts (1). Simply, the template cut and pierce with a spade drill the holes and corners of the shelves. Drill the holes as indicated on the template, and saw the outline with a jigsaw from.
Step 2: Prepare material
Now drill with a 20-Forstner drill about 12 mm deep holes for the rods (12) centered in one of the traverses (6) (suggest this only after a glaze).
now saw from the roof batten 5 pieces (11) with a length of 70 mm from, and drill the strut (10) for later attachment before. then screw the two frames (4 and 3 + 6 + 7) for the trays. The bottoms (2 + 5) by screws after the glazing.
Now round all edges with 180-grit sandpaper, and sand all surfaces smooth. Now, all parts - are primed with Genius PRO glaze - except for the round bars. After drying carry the glaze on a second time.
Step 3: Assemble basic framework
Lengths the rods for the handlebar (12) and the tool holder (9) with a fine saw, and fillet the edges.
After drying beat the short rods carefully into the crossbar (6). So the board does not burst in the middle, sand the rods possibly with 180er- sandpaper slightly so that they fit well into the holes. Then screw the frames of the trays with the bottoms (2 3 + 4 and 5 with 6 + 7) and the transverse strut (10) with the 70 mm long strips (11).
Step 4: Finish Caddy
Now you can all the parts as shown on the drawing, screw them together.
Finally, you push a central body and a wheel on the axle and hit the end cap with a hammer. Insert the axle through the holes. Now draw on the other side the same distance as on the side of the wheel on. Now simply saw off with a hacksaw. Now you can also attach the other wheel with the spacer sleeve. Attention! Check the length before, because the end caps no longer be solved after breaking!
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