Building a cornhole set

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Building a cornhole set

  1. 1. Building a Cornhole SetBy: Christian Kline
  2. 2. Steps 1 - 41. First 2 x 4 – Measure 4’ from end and make cut with chop saw2. Second 2 x 4 – Measure 4’ from end and make cut with chop saw3. Third 2 x 4 – Measure 4’ from end and make cut with chop saw4. Fourth 2 x 4 – Measure 4’ from end and make cut with chop saw
  3. 3. Steps 5 - 125. First 2 x 4 – Measure 21” from end and make cut with chop saw6. Second 2 x 4 – Measure 21” from end and make cut with chop saw7. Third 2 x 4 – Measure 21” from end and make cut with chop saw8. Fourth 2 x 4 – Measure 21” from end and make cut with chop saw9. First 2 x 4 – Measure 21” from end and make cut with chop saw10. Second 2 x 4 – Measure 21” from end and make cut with chop saw11. Third 2 x 4 – Measure 21” from end and make cut with chop saw12. Fourth 2 x 4 – Measure 21” from end and make cut with chop saw
  4. 4. Steps 13 and 1413. Measure the length from the Outside Edge outside edge of the circular saw (side without the motor) to the Inside Edge center of the blade i. Take not of this measurement (the saw in this example is 1 9/16”)14. For every measurement using the circular saw subtract the length measured in step 13
  5. 5. Steps 15 - 1715. Set up both sawhorses parallel to each other and set the 4 x 8 piece of plywood on top of them16. Remembering steps 13 and 14, measure from one half of the green edge = 2’ – measurement from step 13 (1 9/16”)17. Repeat step 16 from other half of green edge
  6. 6. Steps 18 and 1918. Now there are two Cutting Edge measurements which will ensure (take notice of the half of the you have a straight line; set up “V” we will be eliminating) the straight edge with the clamps (make sure the clamps are set up away from the cutting edge) i. The straight edge should be placed so the right edge of it is through the center of the “V’s” (this is referred to as the cutting edge)19. Set the depth of the circular saw to just greater that ½” i. Helps keep wood from splitting Clamps (notice they are away from the cutting edge)
  7. 7. Steps 20 and 2120. Cut using the circular saw with the outside edge of the circular saw against the cutting edge (keep pressure against the straight edge to ensure you keep your straight line)21. Repeat steps 16 – 20 from opposite side of the plywood to create the face of the other board
  8. 8. Step 2222. Now take two of the 4’ – 2 x 4’s cut from steps 1 – 4 and two of the 21” – 2 x 4’s from steps 5 – 12 and screw them together making a rectangle i. Make sure the 4’ boards are covering the 21” boards ii. Use two 2 ½” screws at each point that the 4’ board covers a 21” board
  9. 9. Step 2323. Now attach one of the 2’ x 4’ pieces of plywood to the top of the base created in step 22 using six 1 ¼” screws i. Take the time to make sure each side lines up perfectly with each edge of the plywood and everything should be perfectly square
  10. 10. Steps 24 and 2524. Flip the board over so the face is sitting on the sawhorses25. To create stability for the boards later on, attach one of the 21” – 2 x 4’s to the center of the base using four 2 ½” screws going through the 4’ 2 x 4’s (two each side)
  11. 11. Steps 26 - 2926. Flip back over and put two 1 ¼” screws into the board just installed i. Pretend to split the board in thirds with two screws ii. This will keep the board from twisting and keep from having a spring action during play27. Now pick a 2’ side and this becomes the top of the board. Measure to the center of the board (1’ from either end)28. Do the same on the other end of the board29. With steps 27 and 28 a center line is created. Measure down 9” from the top of the board and this is the center of the hole to be cut out
  12. 12. Steps 30 - 3230. Set compass to a 3” radius and draw a circle from the center point created31. Now drill a hole with the ¾” bit just inside the circle that was just drawn i. This gives a starting point to cut out the circle with the jig saw32. Place the blade from the jig saw inside the hole drilled in step 31. Follow just inside the circle to cut out the hole for the board i. This step is by far the most difficult job ii. Practice is needed to run a jig saw with confidence iii. Practice on some scrap wood before to get the hang of how to turn the jig saw iv. Staying just inside the line allows for the edges to be sanded down to the line i. Although tedious, this allows for a much better circle to be created
  13. 13. Step 3333. Inspect hole to make sure it meets the correct dimensions listed in previous slides and shown on this slide
  14. 14. Steps 34 - 3734. Cut a 20 ½” x 12” board out of the 4’ x 4’ piece of plywood using the circular saw i. This is the stand to be used later ii. Needs to be straight so take the same measurement tricks as in steps 14 - 2035. Drill 2” hole in board from step 34, 1” away from edge and in the center i. Used as a handle36. Use the board cut from step 34 to size the gap of the stand holder i. Put it perpendicular to the face of the set and slide the board from step 34 next to the 2 x 4 and then take another 21” 2 x 4 and trap the board from step 34 between the two 21” 2 x 4’s37. Attach 21” board with four 2 ½” screws i. The board from step 34 becomes the stand and gives the steady incline to the playing surface
  15. 15. Steps 38 and 3938. Again take the plywood and cut two 1” x 4” pieces from it. Use the jig saw to make it easier i. These pieces don’t have to be perfect39. Attach to the inside of the bottom of the board again using the piece from step 34 as a guide to set a gap i. This will become the holder to store the stand when the set is not in use ii. Attach each piece using two 1 ½” screws iii. Set 1” from bottom of the board
  16. 16. Steps 40 - 4540. Sand the face of the board completely with sander and 120 grit sand paper41. Rub hand over sanded area and the wood should feel completely smooth i. No bumps or valleys in the finish42. Paint or stain the wood i. Each paint and stain is different so read directions on the can to figure out correct application techniques43. Apply high-gloss/clear polyurethane varnish i. Again each brand has a different application technique so read the directions to determine the correct way44. Hand sand the last coat of polyurethane with 400 grit sand paper i. This gives the final finish a glass smooth feel and will allow the bags to slide effectively45. Repeat steps 22 – 44 to complete second board in the set
  17. 17. Making Cornhole BagsBy: Christian Kline
  18. 18. Steps 1 - 81. Choose two different colors of duck cloth that coincide with the paint job of the set2. Cut eight 7” squares out of each color3. Place two square pieces one on top of the other so that the edges line up4. Use a sewing machine to sew three sides of the square together i. Be sure to leave one side open ii. You can also choose to place glue in the flap between the edges and seam if you are not the greatest at sewing (will keep from having the resin beads leak out of the bag)5. Turn the bag inside out and use the pencil to push the corners out from the inside6. Measure the resin beads using any scale 1. Separate 15.5 oz. to go in one bag (this will make the bag 1 lb. total in the end)7. Sew the open side shut and you have a completed bag8. Repeat all steps for each bag and the set will be complete
  19. 19. For Help• For additional help with this process go to: • http://www.cornholehowto.com/ sew-up-some-bags/how-to- sew/• They have very detailed instructions and excellent pictures to go along with the instructions

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