Mid Century Modern Planter Stand

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Benjamin and Erin Tovar

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Benjamin and Erin Tovar
Austin, USA

General Information

This is our entry to the #EaselPowerHour.
You will use a 16″ × 16″ × .5″ piece of Baltic Birch.
You will also need a 1/8" Flat Endmill.
It is estimated to take 23 minutes to cut.
Can’t wait to see your planters!
P.S.
I have also included the Fusion360 file for you to customize your own!

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Material Description Price
Birch Plywood

Birch Plywood (×2)

Thickness: 1/2 in, Dimensions: 8 in × 12 in

$7.98

Gorilla Wood Glue

Gorilla Wood Glue

Gorilla Wood Glue - 4 oz

This project's Bill of Materials is not complete.

$7.98
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File Description Unit Price
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Planter_v3.f3d

Fusion 360 File for customizing your own (Just edit the sketch)

$0

Download Zip

$0
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1

Set up your 16 x 16 x 1/2 piece of material

5 minutes

You will need a 16 × 16 × 1/2 piece of Baltic birch.

I love the look of the end grain so much.

2

Load up your 1/8" flat end mill

5 minutes

You know the drill ;]

3

Machine your parts!

23 minutes

The time estimate in Easel states that these cuts will take about 23 minutes to run.

4

Assemble!

5 minutes

I added tolerances to the joints so that it should just sit flush and tight together

Check out this Gif to see how it assembles.

Super easy and fresh!

Larry Brooks
when will this project be released
Larry Brooks