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Posted on Make your own dowels

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#1 posted 2737 days ago

Those are some neat ways of making dowels, but I still stand by my lathe. If I cut stock to 1/16” oversize, it will only take seconds at 1000 rpms to round it. As always, the tool to use depends on the amount of dowel needed and if the cost of puchasing it is more or less that it would take to manufacture it yourselves. Those two are a lot cheaper than a lathe or the $169.00. Sometimes there are too many choices, aren’t there?

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