Part 1: Modular Hogwire Panel Fence with Dado GrooveJun 06, 2021
hi john artell here coming from the outskirts of beautiful beaumont texas right in the country not exactly the city just moved into the house and has a problem puppies have a half yard backyard acre and it's such an inefficient way I wanted to do that it wasn't very expensive it still allowed for an open concept I could see not necessarily a privacy
fencebut keep our two dogs a mastiff and an australian shepherd both a large and al another one likes to run so i need to hold them back and as far as doing some research i'm going to be short and sweet but in central west texas a lot of this is used it's called a horse
panelor a cow
panelpig is six by eight this is four by four square but you can use this the dimension from here to here is 3/8 inch that's when I learned about NATO it's not just an Italian word I don't know if it's an Italian word or not, but a dice is u no slot that you can cut into the wood and check this out c I could perfectly fit it into the wood panel that way so a slot is basically two saw blades and a cutting blade that goes inside of that so basically take a saw table set up for a slot this will actually do 3/8 which is what is required and you just slide it in and cut the slot it goes through and then you basically have a
modularunit because eighty ten feet no matter how long whatever you want your data no matter how long you want your cuff you're dispensing here four by four square it comes in 50 inches tall and 16 feet long so i had to trim them to trim you can use cutters or you can use this little miter saw or cut off wheel set up like this but it takes about two seconds to do it instead of having to use some butcher talk ok before i start i just want to go with some of the materials i found to make it e This process is really easy you know better on one of these contractor style calculators and it's for people who are really bad at math like me It's really very easy because you can write feet in inches and you know a foot three inches times three and look at those three Feet no, I didn't have to do anything or factor fractions or anything like that. be aware of tools a
partfrom simple things, be sure to have a variety of different levels, small size, long speed square, very important, safety is the most important thing, a face mass to use the grinder, have eye protection to wear anything else hand protection especially to use concrete you shouldn't mess up your hands adjust bangs just to mask things and its a good line when you don't want to have to use a sharp have a good pencil have a good pencil and notepad always works great and then stringing this works to make sure everything is level as long as you're trying to run a straight line with the fins and don't forget to have some sort of persuasion whether it's a rubber mallet or a heavy center with swords and in this case there is a smooth Luud that makes things cut a little smoother to the very last panel that I'm putting in and I'm putting in a 4 foot door here so basically as you can see here all the way down you got the perfect ring configuration given all the way until it snaps into place the great
partabout it is it's
modularyou can make it to any dimension you want .
I ended up going with a presenter so they didn't have to worry about sagging I'm going to measure this last setup here and end up making my butt board here on the bottom or a rock board so you can have this as a base to hold it up , it also stays in kind of wear and tear that happens to ten star trek how to measure this here looks like we're at 36 and a half we're going to go up here just in case anyway and thirty six and a half which means my poles are level or plumb I should say but anyway come back to the salt table and I'll show you how this works what we have is I haven't set the measurement. e from a while ago I got my dimension between the two poles and these are my vertical strokes, which are going to be 46 in a quarter and this, excuse me, was 36 and a half, I think that's what I have on so you can see that I still You don't have a dice, but I'm about to go through the old machine here and come back to you. little sticky things you might want to do that next time because it ends up hitting the staples but hey you know what, well just to give you an idea.
I bought too much wood. I was actually going to put the pieces together and then put a lid on top of it, but once I read the data, I thought I was using twice as much wood, so guess how much it sets me back in my pocket and stuff? It means I'm going to eat well next week, so I didn't go over exactly what I'm doing with the die, but as far as The typical setup for a 2x4 is about an inch and a half by three and a half inches. I have my die depth of one inch which gives me about a half inch to play with and my panels I'm actually cutting about an inch. short half inch and half inch I have to play with inside the die like that if it's not exactly perfect you don't get it I almost say the S word so either way just playing with it I just give you an assignment. because you'll have about an inch of play in there and if you cut an inch that puts you about a half inch in there with your material and it will allow you to have a little bit of play in there when you're tying this down I start to screw you'll understand the reason why the one i chose four inch holes is because my dog has his muzzle on a larger panel and they chew on it, but it turns out it works great on eight feet.
It just so happens that this 36 inch measurement that I'm having for this particular panel because it's on the door panel 36 is a factor of 4 but the unfortunate thing is that you have to remove an inch to allow for the slotting clearance so the The way I have it set up is 35 inches right on the outside edge of the tape and I'm going to grind the outside just use it as my rudder ok I have everything set up for a 35 inch you can use bolt cutters to this why i mean be able to get lost we will have was exposed here i have cut my pen a couple of i have nato in and eight screws is all it takes a bit just my original design 20 so how many screws does it take to build the whole thing it's kind of aligning with the rhythm like that and like lincoln logs for adults yeah he's happy i had to build 22 movies this is one of the smallest the rest of the plus just eight theaters but he allowed digital so you'll see that it's like starting join and here you can see where the difference is i guess the take off why i made it an inch short see how it stretches back here you know put the data gain and it gives you a little bit of room for smidgens so i don't even have screws and it's already attached so how about that sound?
Just screw it in tight it'll have to be perfect, you'll start a finished project wanting it to be bulletproof and then, you'll know it's like it's just a
fence, but not a simple one like this, it takes a bit of planning at first right? nice and good enough for me it's nothing uh hammer can't fix when it comes to doing the business you and there you have it that's a full payoff the good thing about this is i can probably almost guarantee it's hurricane proof because It's tough, yes, air will go through it, how about we take it to the spot?
What is there to do here? The last step, as you can see, is the final panel. nepali on the last panel s or put on the rock board the mud board is the one that was put on the base supports this and this guy so find some situations where you want to have an extra hand but always have one so I'll show you how to make a quick level of something that goes all the way down and as a bonus at the end i'll show you how i made each of these posts by myself so as far as doing this by yourself or with one hand that's good having the extra cut ends up where you might shim a little bit, but basically what I'm going to do is I've got my speed square.
I made a line here, brought it inside like that. I get up and line up there. What I'll do is nail it with my feet here. I'm going to put the level here and nail it with my feet on this side and boom there. do this and then throw this whole level in there and i already drew my wine just for reference my bolts got you going you go back to a level and we're not good tango's the pen i found it standing on this side it's the best way and you yourself shouldn't get it in getting mr. persuader here we go and it slid right into place let's say each of my poles is more or less if not dead about an eighth and just use a set of ratchet straps between the two poles you need to either send it off or remove one, luckily this one worked so what you need to do is make sure my motherboard is fully lined up there looks good and then make sure it's like i can go a little further and put it tight on a panel yeah and that it's pretty much panel to panel if I didn't do it in the video it would probably take me about 10 or 15 minutes even if it was the longest and you know I'll do a quick tour of how it all goes because they come in 5 foot tall panels per 16 feet All the extra panels you don't need because the ground is never perfect level Sure you can order a load of sand to come and level the high spots The low spots on the side of the fence there you can use this leftover material and big parlo to stick it in the ground and the bombs can go into the tractor supply came in hit got me a ten foot gate so i can drive my truck yes this is a latch setup made by speak-o lets you open it from the inside lets you opening it on the outside is designed so it can be on a horse but my case went to a lawn mower on a Chevy truck so pretty cool little setup right there very simple and as you can see we have our piston area it all came out pretty level and pretty much one dimension times as many posts as you see one thing i'll add the longer you wait after you make your foam things can happen see here this guy is just an example it's square on the bottom i'll let it sit for about a week and it started to twist no lie this panel right here was up here and it started to twist.
I had to use everything I could think of to try to get it squared up again, but that was the tipping point, the tensioner and it's misaligned. I'm no engineer but it still bothers me but there goes the data one thing I may have put drainage holes in the bottom but I can still get in from the weird plant on the bottom side or cut it down to about two and a half three inches and put a fancy cap on top of maybe the ball over the life and then we got our little four feet which is basically what we're doing on the other side exactly the mirror the dimensions came out 3/16 different in as far as the panel goes, a map came out pretty good for this project, but once again I have that simple little door there and it goes in as well.
I mentioned we'll show you guys a way I came up with so I can level my posts myself and you pretty much need four clamps and two boards and two levels four to two anyway so you get your this way this way plant those there and then you put them in there too and I tell you I've always had a friend who helps and levels and plumbs and then you tamp it down where it stays there, well not everyone is always available when and you're trying to make a fence. I can see the level here and I can see the level here.
Usually I'll have it different, but once the fences are really close together, it's too wide for most of my clamps to use. but he had a little bit of a different setup whatever he was doing but more or less he just had a plane this way a plane this way holding on to his post and then literally everything is just tapping until you get to dimension desired not every one of these boards is a 4x4 post it's actually three and a half by three and a half but it's not even that number three and nine sixteen seven three and five eighths so if you do all your math it turns out everything works out , you get to the end and you're like wow I'm about three inches tall so that's why you put a door there so they don't have to have this little panel here for the door this did balance. so each of these fit my ninety three seven or ninety three and a half. nch panel between the ninety seven inch gap from Ford which makes up the inch and a half here the other edge and a half towards the center ended up being a 207 foot panel around well I hope you guys liked the video if you did .
I don't know where I'm going to put the light, but you can press like subscribe. I usually make videos that don't exist before obviously there's a lot of youtube videos on how to build a fence and whatnot but none like this so if you're looking for something that's simple and efficient you've got a little leeway, but as far as decent planning for something like that and around a thousand bucks, maybe give or take, I mean the only thing I have. wait a bit before i candye it and practically it is again. I enjoyed doing it. It's nice every time a project comes out and is completed and the only thing I have to worry about right now is definitely dogs.
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