Plywood Reindeer Template To Print

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Plywood Reindeer Template To Print

You could free hand draw the Deer, but I preferred to use my trusty overhead projector. That way, I get everything in correct proportions. Get the Sketchup file and convert it to vectors. (you will need the Pro version of Sketchup) Once you have the vectors printed.

I made a transparency with my laser copier. Then I projected it onto the plywood. I used a pencil to outline the deer parts. If you do not have Sketchup Pro, you can use the.jpg above.

Plywood Reindeer Template To Print

Just make copies from that, or trace it out with a vector program. You could grid it out, too! Now onto the next step. Step 3: Cutting Out the Deer and Parts. I cut all the parts with my Bosch jigsaw. I used a plywood blade.

I wish my CNC could do a 4' x 8' sheet! After cutting, I gave a quick sand, with my orbiter sander. You could just hand sand it too! Watch for slivers! When you cut the slots, make them so it is a good tight fit. Speed Link Pdr3 Software As A Service. Rather have a little tight fit then a loose fit.

Use another scrap board to test the slots. I did cut the slots last. You will also want to drill the holes for the head to mount on the body. I lined up both parts and clamped them. Then, drill out the holes for the lag bolts. I used angle brackets on the legs and antlers.

I had a lot of scraps left over. (see last picture) Next step.

Step 4: Painting the Deer. Assembly of the deer takes at least 2 people. A third hand would have been better!

We put the legs together first. Then put together the head with the antlers. You will need some lag bolts and washers, to connect the head to the body. I used 2' lag bolts. Make sure your lights work, because once it is installed. It is way to high to fix.

Then we lagged the bottom bolt on the head, and pulled the head up with a rope. (if you look close you can see the rope) Once in position, the other person will put the rest of the lag bolts in. We added a bow and ribbon around the neck! Then I did any touch-ups that were needed. (trusty white spray paint) Step 7: Guy Wires.