Diy wooden cooler plans, jet bandsaw - Test Out

Categories: Wood Work Table Plans | Author: admin 20.08.2014

Invest in the best materials you afford, especially if you want to use the cooler for many years in a row.
Top Tip: Building a nice wooden cooler is a complex project, but the end result will most certainly enhance the look of your backyard. Top Tip: Plumb the wooden legs with a spirit level and check if the corners are right-angled, before locking the component together. Continue the woodworking project by fitting the slats to the bottom shelf and to the floor of the wooden cooler. It is essential to place the slats equally-spaced before driving the screws into the framing. The next step of the woodworking project is to attach the 1×4 slats to the four sides of the cooler.
If you want to enhance the look of the wooden cooler, we recommend you to attach 1×2 trims to the exterior of the project. Don’t forget to add nice trims to the top of the cooler before attaching the lid into place. One of the last steps of the project is to build the lid and to secure it to the wooden cooler.
After installing the top lid to the cooler, we recommend you to take care of the finishing details.


Place the cooler in the frame and then mark where the hole will go through the side of the wood surround. Let the sealer dry overnight and then lightly sand with a sanding block and 400 grit paper to remove any rough spots on areas where the cooler will be touched. You can see I changed it up a little by using 2 x 6 boards for the shelf the cooler sits on. If you want to learn how to build a wood cooler we recommend you to check out the instructions and diagrams. There are several things that you should know before starting the actual construction project, such as what tools are required or the dimensions of the cooler stand. Nevertheless, the most important aspect of the project is to take accurate measurements and to adjust the size of the cooler to suit your needs.
As you can easily notice in the plans, you have to adjust the width of one slat on each side, otherwise it won’t fit into place. Cut the components to the right size and lock them into place with finishing nails and waterproof glue. If you want to see more outdoor plans, we recommend you to check out the rest of our step by step projects.
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Use a cooler you already have or pick one up at a garage sale or on craigslist to save about $29.


Next, put the support at the base of the cooler and attach to the legs using screws and pocket holes.
Put that new Patio Cooler to good use:) This is going to be great for your summer barbecues, events, and parties.
These outdoor wooden coolers are a real treat to have at any BBQ, tailgating event, or get together!
Therefore, don’t forget to adjust the size and the look of the cooler stand to fit the plastic container. So, I got to work and ended up coming up with some easy to follow plans and an awesome new ice chest to have out on the deck!
I left about a half inch of play on each side to make it easy to remove the cooler if needed. The inner part will protrude from the wood because it is what will allow the cooler to stay in place when the lid goes down.
Use the cooler as a template or measure the cooler to determine how long to cut these boards.



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