|Project by Jim Jakosh||posted 10-18-2012 02:12 AM||4224 views||10 times favorited||13 comments|
This is my 5th bottle stopper rack in red oak with Varathane 215 stain and satin lacquer finish.
It has 35 holes and is on a lazy Susan.
It starts out with three round pieces. The bottom is turned with a center portion to center the lazy Susan and is relieved 3/16” to hide the mechanism. The next piece is the lower plate with all the holes to accept the various length posts. The third plate has all the holes bored in it and is then turned on the lathe to part them into 3 rings for the 3 levels of the rack . The last shot shows the raw pieces.
All the posts are turned from the same species wood as the rack.
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