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Old 01-12-2021, 06:01 PM   #1
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Wood Working Plans for Octogon or Hexagon Pedestal Base

I'm not much at designing my own stuff, so I'm looking for some plans to build a pedestal base for a deer mount. Looking to make it out of old barn wood.

Anybody got any plans they could share our point me in the right direction to find some?

Looking for something like this....
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I would attack that by making 8 identical panels same width and lengths. Then ripping a 22.5 degree angle the length of each panel. Then cut your bottom molding, the top moldings. Add in supports voila
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I would attack that by making 8 identical panels same width and lengths. Then ripping a 22.5 degree angle the length of each panel. Then cut your bottom molding, the top moldings. Add in supports voila
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Maybe build a core out of light framing lumber then wrap it with the barn wood to keep from handling the barn wood too much and damage the Patina. By the time you get the core perfect, you will be better prepared to handle the cuts and joints on the show lumber.
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Maybe build a core out of light framing lumber then wrap it with the barn wood to keep from handling the barn wood too much and damage the Patina. By the time you get the core perfect, you will be better prepared to handle the cuts and joints on the show lumber.
Great Idea and that was gonna be my plan. Build the frame first so I can get the angles and cuts figured out. Then wrap it. I haven't started yet, still trying to source some good looking barn wood for cheap. Trying to do this on a razor thin budget.....
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