|Project by PASs||posted 03-13-2013 06:42 AM||2120 views||1 time favorited||4 comments|
I made these a while back and just realized the only picture I’d posted was when I tried cutting my finger off a Trepanning (circle cutting) bit.
Made from scraps of dunnage left from squaring stock on the tablesaw.
Each hole is cut to fit the coin.
But in requiem, the wood is so thin, (about 5/16” thick) and so figured that two of them moved so much they cracked too much to repair so they ended up in the fireplace.
The next iteration will be from thicker wood.
Sanded to 320 grit.
One coat of 2# shellac rubbed off while still wet then polished on the Beall system.
-- Pete, "It isn't broken, you just aren't using it right."