Duct Tape Station

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Introduction: Duct Tape Station

About: Hi y'all. I'm Leviathan17. For more info on Leviathan ,look up Job 41:18-21. I am a Christian, but don't be scared cause I do have a lot of good ideas. I love listening to the wisdom of the older generations...

Make a station for your different kinds of tape.

Step 1: Tools and Materials

Tools You will need:
1 sander
2 drill motor
3 router
4 tape measure

Materials:
1 plywood 3/4
2 hacksaw blade( preferably 18. inch
3 screws. 1-1/4 inch
4 Piece of PVC pipe. 5/8 inch.
5 Stain or paint. which ever you prefer.

Step 2: Cut List

Your Need:
6# 6x6 inch squares
1# 17L x 6W inch
1# 20L x 6W inch
2# 6L x 2W inch

Step 3: Construction

Basically you can see the set up in the pictures. The longer piece goes on the front and the shorter on the back. The 6x6 squares go inside at every 2-1/2 inches. NOTE: Make sure they are 2-1/2 inches from inside to inside.

Step 4: Side Rails

The 2x6 pieces go on the sides. They are screwed in with three screws. You will have to drill 5/8th. inch holes in the top.The PVC pipe goes across and fits inside both sides. I made mine short enough that I can pull it out and/or snap it back in so I can change the tape rolls easily.

Step 5: Stain

Stain or paint it whatever you prefer. Don't forget to sand it.

Step 6: DONE!!

All done! Now you have a central location for your tapes.

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    Yeah I suppose! I'm kinda on a stain kick right now. Its really up to you what you do with it.
    I really like how it turned out.

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    it did look better before you put color on it