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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Who Form 8815 Grants

Instructions and Help about Who Form 8815 Grants

Today, we're going to use this laminate flooring to build ourselves a shield that's both decorative and functional. Applause! For this shield, we're gonna go with a classic circle shape. So, it's affixed together several of our planks so we can measure out the exact size we want. The circle of our shield we're gonna make today is going to be just under two feet in diameter, so four of our planks should be plenty. Let's start by fitting our four planks together so they form one smooth flat surface. With our two boards roughly put together, we now want to use a tapping block to ensure that they're pressed together as closely as possible and avoid damaging the edges. Let's do the same exact thing with our next two boards. Fit the grooves together at an angle, push them down and together until it begins to lie flat. With our four planks together, you can see how they're already strong enough to hold themselves together as one cohesive board. At this point, we need to draw on the shape that we want our shield to be, and then we'll cut that out using a jigsaw. Since this shield is going to be a circle, let's use a piece of string, a marker, and a piece of tape to work as a compass to draw out our shape on the surface. By letting the marker swivel inside the loop on the string, we should be able to keep a uniform length from our center point. Instead of having the string bind up around the pen, we're going for about a 23-inch diameter on our circle. So let's put our marker at eleven and a half inches and then we'll attach our tape at the other end of the string. Let's...