How Do You Create An Outdoor Working Wooden Weathervane (Flying Goose) With Template?
I’ve been doing some wood working process few days ago, and the best plunge router I could find was at the resource a friend of mine recommended to me. Model called Triton TRA001 is the best one I think cause it features a heavy-duty design which is well suited for major projects and it has safety switch shutter lock for safe usage.
Weather vanes have been created world wide for centuries. I created a simple Canadian Goose weather vane that sits on top of one of our fence posts. You can use any pattern you wish as long as the tail section is longer than the head and you find the balance point for the rod that it turns on. You can make one too I will show you how. Draw a template: Look at the template and taking a one inch thick, twelve inch wide and twenty four inch long board and draw out the image of the flying goose with a pencil. When satisfied that it roughly looks like the goose in the picture go to the next step. You can take the black and white image of the goose and blow it up to the scale you want and use my pattern as yours. Note the places for coloring the wings, head and tail. Cut out your Pattern: Now that you have the goose drawn out, you can cut out the pattern on the wood. Stay outside the outline, it is better to have your pattern a little bigger than smaller than your pattern. Once cut out, take