|Project by 7Footer||posted 06-25-2014 05:59 PM||1267 views||13 times favorited||17 comments|
More growler totes, they are all made out of poplar and joined with oak dowels, no screws or nails, and finished with satin spray lacquer. Some of these pieces of poplar have some really neat looking grain, and i did the best I could to try and bookmatch them together, even though I had a bunch of random pieces of stock.
the first 3 pics are the newest ones, with drain holes in the bottom and magnets on the end to hold the bottlecaps.
Pic 1: v. 2.1 made for a co-worker (slightly different handles are just experimental)
Pic 2: view from the top
Pic 3: draining – I misplaced my 2nd growler.
Pic 4: two samples I made for local businesses.
Pic 5: Another view of v. 2.0
Pic 6: The 3 different designs and the shavings from easing the edges.
The Lineup (the 4 on the right are finished and the 2 on the left are not):
The usual suspects:
The 608 and the Infill are keeping an eye on things:
Suggestions welcome! Thanks for looking!
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