Simple Tools To Build A Noodle Board
Updated: May 3
This comes from a project my wife requested we try. The project went smoothly and she was very happy. We do make these upon request with the customer prepaying and them sending us the stove top dimensions. This is the list.
1. Circular Saw/Miter Saw
Use the Circular Saw to make all your cuts. Most of the time the wood does not work out exactly and your last piece will have to be cut long ways, this is where the circular saw helps or a table saw if available. Use your Miter Saw if you prefer.
2. Drill/Drill Bits
The Drill will be needed to drill holes for the handles. I prefer a 20 volt Rechargeable Drill. The Drill Bits will need to be between 1/8 to 1/4 inch in diameter.
These clamps are needed to hold the wood pieces together after gluing and assembly. The clamps needed will need to open up to at the least 22 inches. You will need two of these. Your best bet is to find these online.
The Sander can be a palm, belt or just a piece of sand paper and elbow grease. I prefer a powered sander. On our Noodle Board we used #1 Pine and we had minimal sanding.
5. Wood Glue
Wood Glue is used to glue the wood pieces together. I prefer Gorilla Glue but do not put it in your hair.
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This list will help you on your way to a happy wife. Contact us if you are interested in a T5T Noodle Board firstname.lastname@example.org This is a very simple project that anyone can do, and I am available for questions anytime. Be safe and do not forget to wear your PPE. Thank you for stopping by!