Engineering Flow Chart

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Tyler Tahan

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Tyler Tahan

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Ever wonder if something is broken? This helpful chart will help you decide if something needs fixing, and what to use to fix it! Great little item to hang up in the shop!

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Maple Plywood (Rotary)

Maple Plywood (Rotary)

Thickness: 3/4 in, Dimensions: 12 in × 24 in

1

Select Materials

1 minute

This is 20"X20" so standard size plywood to use would be 24X24 (materials selection of this project did not have 24×24 so please keep that in mind). This is based off of Maple, but any material will work well.

2

Cut it out

60 minutes

Cut it out!

3

Color and stain

20 minutes

Highlight the lettering with stain or paint to help it pop from the wood, staining the wood itself a different color also helps it show!

4

Insert WD-40 and Duct Tape

1 minute

The hole are sized to take a standard sized roll of duct tape, and the smaller can of WD-40.

5

Hang it up!

5 minutes

One option if you do not just lean this against something is to hang it on the wall. Attach hangers in the back or just nail it to the wall!