Overview

cut list diagram to help you build a pet feeding station
Illustration: Jennifer Stimpson; Photo by Don Penny
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Eating Station Cut List
(download plan here)

1x12 Sides – 2 @ 13½ inches
1x12 Top – 1 @ 23 inches
1x12 Bottom – 1 @ 23 inches
1x12 Back – 1 @ 24 ½ inches
1x12 Door – 1 @ 24 ½ inches
1x3 Top Supports – 2 @ 23 inches
1x2 Base Supports – 2 @ 23 inches

1x12 Tray Bottom – 1 @ 23 inches
1x3 Tray Sides – 2 @ 24½ inches
1x4 Tray Sides – 2 @ 12 inches
1x2 Cleats – 2 @ 10 ½-inches

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    Tools List

    • flathead screwdriver
      Screwdriver
    • pencil compass
      Pencil Compass
    • rasp
      Rasp
    • jigsaw
      Jigsaw
    • drill
      Drill/driver fitted with a 3/8-inch drill bit
    • combination square
      Combination Square

    Shopping List

    1. 1x12 laminated shelving board Get two 6-foot boards

    2. 1x2 Get one 6-foot board

    3. 1x3 Get one 6-foot board

    4. 1x4 Get at least 2 feet

    5. 2-quart dog dishes with lip edge Get two dishes

    6. 1 5/8-inch #6 trim head screws

    7. Wood glue

    8. Wood filler

    9. Contact paper

    10. Piano hinge Get one that's 18 to 22 inches long

    11. Magnetic door catch

    12. Friction door slide

    13. Door handle

    14. Latex primer

    15. Latex semi-gloss paint