Custom Shock Filling Station (Part 1)

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Tools / Supplies required

Saw (In accordance with the wood you select)
Drill
1/2 inch Drill bit
Hammer
Sandpaper (if you desire)
Brads / Nails / Screws (whichever you prefer and again, in accordance with your wood selection)
Some scrap wood - I used some extra balsa I had laying around.

Overal Dimensions of my shock station are as follows:

7 inches wide
4 inches deep
5 inches tall

Start out by cutting 2 pieces of wood 7 inches long by 4 inches wide
Then, cut two more pieces of wood 5 inches long by 4 inches wide

Take one of the 7 inch lengths and mark your centering holes for drilling.
With the wood laying in front of you work from left to right.
All center holes will be 1 inch in from either the top/bottom edge.
From left to right, with a ruler, make a mark at the 2, 3, 4 and 5 inch marks (keeping in mind the one inch from the top/bottom edge)
When done marking, you should have 8 center holes.
 
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