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Step 2 of 6: Then create the long sides. Start by making a superficial cut to mark the longitudinal cuts. Then apply the machine flat and plunge the tip in until the required depth is reached.
There is a greater risk of kickback when making a plunge cut. It is essential to observe the safety precautions in the Instruction Manual and to use this technique only if you are experienced in it.
Step 5 of 6: The resulting chunks of wood can then easily be chopped out with the hatchet and removed. Wood residues, fiber material or minor unevennesses in the base can if necessary be rectified with the hatchet.
To avoid waterlogging, saw right through the base in several places using the tip. Support the trough on the sawhorse so that the saw does not hit the ground (damages the chain).
Step 6 of 6: Now make the feet. Make a v-shaped cut in each of the two small pieces of round wood to fit the trough and fasten in place with the screws.
Now all that's needed is to dress it up with plants and flowers.