I'm very clueless on this kind of thing.
I'm looking to try and build this:
Would bunnings have all the necessary parts?
Is there way to specifically order whats required?
Any idea of cost?
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That link you shared looks great and should be everything that @MitchellMc needs to assemble a list of products from Bunnings that would enable you to build it. I'll hand over to him...
Looking forward to seeing you put this together.
Hi @leighmatt here is a link to the relevant section for plywood on the Bunnings site https://www.bunnings.com.au/our-range/building-hardware/building-boards/non-structural-plywood
So, yes they do have all the required bits and pieces. Timber is buy in store only. However, what you could do is print out those plans and go speak to someone in the trade area (the plans need converting to metric 1” = 25mm). They should be able to help you get the right quantity of plywood, and you can get straight cuts done on the big saw. The relevant screws etc (fixings) are located in the hardware section. Those plans are not the clearest of explanations either, but I did a quick search of Youtube and there are few videos for constructing a soccer kickball (re-bounder) - some similar to the one you’ve got there.
Hope this helps to get you started, cheers Deb
Welcome to the Workshop community @leighmatt. It would be great to assist you in ordering the parts.
Here's a list I have put together of the required items. If you take the I/N numbers to a team member in-store, they will be happy to assist you in organising the materials. The I/N is located on the product page above the price.
Ecoply 2400 x 1200 x 19mm Cd Structural cut down to 110cm x 67.5cm (1sheet can make 3 boards)
Zenith 14g x 85mm Timber Screws x 2 Packs
Buildex 14g x 50mm Timber Screws x 1 Pack
The price comes to $228.66. The plywood is a major factor in the price but is big enough to make 3 boards. Perhaps a friend would be interested in making one too?
I hope this list assists you in the construction of the kickboard. If you have any further questions, please let me know.