|Forum topic by SawDust132||posted 01-05-2015 01:02 AM||638 views||0 times favorited||4 replies|
01-05-2015 01:02 AM
Hello! I am building a conductor stand for a pot orchestra for my Eagle Scout project. I am nearing the design phase and I wanted to ask a community of experts. I have attached some pictures and I will outline some of the major details. If you could leave a comment, I would appreciate it! Whether it be telling me that all looks good, giving me an alternative way to do something, or anything else, I will appreciate feedback!
I’m 17 and don’t have tons of woodworking skill. I can use a nail gun and drill pretty confidently. I’ve taken a lot of engineering classes so I’ve got the math side covered. I would say for being 17 I have more experience than most kids my age however nowhere near a professional industry knowledge. I will also be working with 2 individuals who have each been in the wood industry for 30+ years. My ask for questions and comments is more geared towards structural stability, is this a logical design etc etc, however I wanted to add a brief blip about myself. Tools aren’t an issue, I would have access to probably 8 drills and about the same number of saws.
That’s about all I can think of off the top of my head.
Please feel free to leave a comment or suggestion!