|Project by robscastle||posted 04-09-2015 06:46 AM||1330 views||1 time favorited||11 comments|
I havent been doing much wood work lately as I have been preparing The Castle for a paint make over, but is still has not happend due to inclement weather, but the preparation work has kept me busy.
Then there was the Easter Break, and of course the supply of lots of Easter eggs which had to be consumed, along with lots of holidays and other activities as well.
Anyway along with the chocolate Easter Eggs I managed to knock over a dough Nut as well.
A lot more heathier than loads of Chockies I tell you.
Its for my shaper
I cut the stock with the bandsaw, then sanded it to fit the opening.
Once that was done all the other work was done using the Shaper itself and a series of various router bits some having conventional use others used because they would work with what I was doing.
Removal of the excess material was completed with a rabbeting bit
Penetrating of the center was with a T Slot cutter,I held the donut in place and gently raised the bit .
Shaping of the outside and removal of stock inside was done with a 2.5” round over bit.
The final drilling of the locating holes was completed using the insert as a template guide
All should work without jambing anywhere.
Then a final sand and wax completed the job.
Ready to roll!
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This may actually be a tool tip rather than a project but hindsight is a great thing !!
-- Regards Robert