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    Earing stands

    I little while ago I did someone a favour by turning some knobs and in return, he made me part of a jig for drilling holes for earing stands(the metal parts in the picture). anyway, at last, I got around to using it and these two are the results.

    Made from Oak and American Black Walnut
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    Two very nice stands, love the walnut and the contrast it brings
    Nice jig as well.....very productive
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    That takes the pain out of drilling evenly spaced holes. Lovely stands and jig.
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    The ladies will like those, Derek.
    Very neat

     
     
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    Very nice well done.

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    Handy disk for this repetitive task,thanks for sharing Derek.

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    Thank you all.

    Quote Originally Posted by Penpal View Post
    Handy disk for this repetitive task,thanks for sharing Derek.

    Peter.
    All I need is 1/2" thick discs of wood about the size of the disc. I can get two in the jig with a thinner piece underneath as a sacrificial block. that means I can drill two at a time.
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    Two really nice stands Derek, love the contrast.
    Kind regards John.

     
     
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    Nicely done.

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