Once you go to the website choose a board that you like, and please do not pick a very complicated one. Once you pick one, look at its code. For example, look at the first picture below and read the comment which is attached to one of the boards. The board which the comment is attached too is the best one to pick and the code is st12. Once you know the code look for a matching one below the picture, and it will be in blue writing, click on it. Then download it in adobe reader and print it out. Follow the instructions on the second and third photo and you will be able to print the template out. It took me a few tries to get it and it might take you some too, but don't worry.
Step 1: Materials required
-Small finishing nails
- 14, nuts
- 14, bolts
- 28, large washers that will fit to the size of your bolts
-Drill or drill press (both would be helpful)
-Drill bits (the same size as you bolts)
-A razor blade or a thin piece of metal (to spread out the glue)
-Fiberglass sheets (up to you, if you think you need it, do it)
-Resin for the fiber glass (up to you, if you think you need it, do it)
-A large plank of wood
-Two, 1/4 thick sheets of birch wood
-Coping saw or a Jig-saw (useful for cutting curves in wood )
-A square (to draw straight lines)
-Extra light would be helpful
-A good safe and clean working area
-An i pod or music to "enlighten" yourself!
*** Please remember to keep you work area clean, that way you will be able to find things easily and not injure yourself.
*** I am sorry for not putting any picture of the tools but if you are not familiar with any of them you should look it up on Google.