|Project by DonB||posted 04-04-2013 09:00 PM||781 views||1 time favorited||3 comments|
Small oak desk clock. Top is 1-1/2” in oak (kickboard) and the bottom is one full inch oak stair board. Its about 5” wide, 2” deep and 5-7/8” tall. Made one good circle and used a pattern bit to make the second for the top piece. Fostner bit for the clock (love those bits) base at 2-1/8”. Hard time making the hollow for the top to sit in. A small piece is hard to work with even with a home made jig for little pieces on the router. Anyone have suggestions on how to hollow out a hunk of oak without having it fly across the garage? Finish is shellac, golden oak stain, and 4 more coats of shellac.