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#Mark out the wood with a marker pen or pencil
 
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#[[Table Saw]] to do the majority of the cuts.
 
#[[Table Saw]] to do the majority of the cuts.
#For the side pieces with angled tops, I used the [[Sliding Chop Saw]].
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#For the side pieces with angled tops, I used the [[Sliding Mitre Saw]].
 
#Hand Miter Saw to do the 1mm deep bat ladder on the back piece.
 
#Hand Miter Saw to do the 1mm deep bat ladder on the back piece.
 
#[[Cordless_Drills|Impact Driver]] to screw everything together.
 
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File:Bat Box - Finished 2.jpg|The finished bat box  
 
File:Bat Box - Finished 2.jpg|The finished bat box  
 
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==Workshop July 2019==
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Also available as a PDF [[File:BatBox Workshop.pdf|Here]]

Revision as of 08:16, 12 July 2019

Bat Box
Bat Box - Finished 2.jpg
Primary Contact Danspencer101
Created 23/06/2019
Completed 23/06/2019
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I had a go at making a Bat Box from plans on the Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust website.

The wood (6" x 1" x 1200mm) was obtained from Harlow Bros. It can be brought in 4m-ish lengths for around £7. They cut it down for free into three manageable lengths that would fit into my car.

Method

The method of manufacture is as follows:

  1. Mark out the wood with a marker pen or pencil
  2. Table Saw to do the majority of the cuts.
  3. For the side pieces with angled tops, I used the Sliding Mitre Saw.
  4. Hand Miter Saw to do the 1mm deep bat ladder on the back piece.
  5. Impact Driver to screw everything together.
  6. Laser Cutter to engrave logos.
  7. Seal gaps with wood glue.

Gallery

Workshop July 2019

<gallery mode=packed-hover heights=300px> File:BATBOX1.PNG File:BATBOX2.PNG <gallery>

Also available as a PDF File:BatBox Workshop.pdf