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Unread 01-19-2014, 07:08 PM   #1
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Default Bored over the weekend = stoker box

While setting around bored this weekend I decided since the Stoker came in I wanted to build a water proof enclosure for it to sit in. So a trip to Home Depot and this is the finished product.





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What did you use to make the holes on the plastic wall?
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Looks good, I have a spare pelican brief case hanging around that I wanted to customize for a stoker and maybe a thermapen (I don't own one)
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What did you use to make the holes on the plastic wall?
Took a small drill and drilled a lot of holes around the circle. Then took a sharp razor and finished it up.
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Smart. I was thinking 2" hole saw bit.

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Smart. I was thinking 2" hole saw bit.
Was going that route, but forgot to buy one at HD and wasn't going back lol
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I did the same thing, but I didn't put that big of holes in the box. I wanted to keep the dust out as much as possible.


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I'm not as much concerned about dust as I am the weather at competitions.
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