|Project by Cliff||posted 12-01-2016 07:56 AM||319 views||1 time favorited||11 comments|
At the Kitchen Table I am always searching for a Pen/Pencil as I sit with a Coffee late at night. The Caddy should solve this problem.
My intention was to turn the Caddy out of the one piece of wood. Alas!!!My Turning ability got in the way and “Snap Crackle and Pop” There was a Catch after Catch and plenty of broken timber.
I managed to salvage enough to turn the Pencil holder of the caddy and then turn a scrap piece of pine for the flange to hold the Eraser and pencil sharpener. The two pieces were glued together by creating a round tenon at the base of the pencil holder and with a forstener bit drilled a hole in the flange to receive the tenon. The glue used was Tite Bond 111.
This was the small; log of Chinese Elm I attempted to turn.
This is the aftermath of my catch disaster. But was able to select enough to change the plan and continue as a two piece project.
The total height is 6 inches from the base of the flange to the top of the Caddy. The Diameter of the Flange is 5 1/2 inches. The Diameter of the Caddy is 2 1/2 inches. There is plenty of weight in the base of the caddy and the flange to be able to sit safely without tipping over.
The Chinese Elm and Pine is finished with 4 coats of Danish Oil.
I wish all Lumber Jocks a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
-- Cliff Australia : Snoring is good. It blows away all the Sawdust.