Hi all. My name is Ethan Patane and I’m an Alumni of 1712. In the summers, I work for a custom conference table manufacturer called Paul Downs Cabinetmakers. We build tables for companies like NASA, Lockheed Martin, and even the Pentagon. Since 2018, Paul has generously donated his shop and material to our team to help build the practice field for each year.
This year, since I finished the cutlist and SketchUp models on day 1, I figured I would share them with everyone on behalf of Dawgma. The cutlist is a public version but you can download it and edit it to fit what you need. The SketchUp model has components which are all labeled as the appropriate team element number. Every component in the model corresponds to a part in the cutlist.
A few notes
- This cutlist does not cover any hardware
- The loading station has been simplified to a basic sheet with the appropriate cutouts and two braces to hold it vertically
- I did not fill out the required material section of the spreadsheet because 1712 has material from 2018 and 2019 that still needs to be sorted through, and this will impact how much new material is needed for our team. Feel free to figure out how much you would need from scratch and post it below. I’m sure people would benefit from that.
-Finally, if your team is in the PA/NJ area and need a field to practice on, feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a time to stop by and do some testing!
If you have any questions about anything(or you think I missed something!) please don’t hesitate to ask. I’m always down to talk about woodworking and carpentry.
Link to spreadsheet:
2020 Field Model.skp (327.8 KB)