so the hipster wave just hit the coffee makers, and one of my friends wanted me to make him one of these. It is called a Pourover Station. You take a coffee filter and put it in the funnel, then you take grinded up coffee beans and put it in the filter and pour boiling water over the filter
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Step 1: Materials Needed
A 6in and a 4.5in galvanized pipe a 90 degree elbow, floor flange,open nipple, 3/4in to 1/2in reducer, and I am not sure what that 3 prong piece is called. A piece of wood at 10x9in, a piece of wood 7x10, a glass funnel, some screws, stain, polyurethane, and two coat hooks.
Step 2: Tools Needed
Drill, miter saw, tape measure, Kregjig, y’all know what a chop saw looks like, if not look at some of my other builds and you will see it
Step 3: Cutting the Wood
I started off with a 1x12 and cut it down to get the full 10 inches. Then I took my measurements and cut them to 10x9 and 7x10
Step 4: Staining the Wood
i use a foam brush instead of an actual paint brush, after you put one coat on sit there for about five minutes and then wipe it off. If you want a darker coat wait a couple of hours and do it again.
Step 5: Using the Kreg Jig
I am not going to go in full detail on how to use the Kreg jig, it was my first time and I like it, I will use it again. Here is what the holes look like.
Step 6: Polyurethane
Pretty self explanatory, add the poly wait for it to dry.
Step 7: Coat Hooks
I went with only one coffe mug there was enough room for two, but I wasn’t sure about the weight of the mugs.
Step 8: Putting Together the Pipes and Attaching It
Take your floor flanges and 6in pipe and screw them together, then take your 90 degree elbow and attach it to the 6in pipe, take your 4.5 in pipe and attach it to your 90degree elbow. Next take that 3 prong piece and attach it to the 4.5in pipe. Now take the open nipple and attach it to the top prong now take your reducer and attach it to the nipple. Once that is finished attach it to the wood!