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#1 posted 10-29-2012 02:47 AM

I just did my first “no hardware” lazy susan today. It looks like it is going to work. The top is a 15” circle, bottom is a 12” circlewith a 1” hole through the center, I then glued a 9” circle (1/4” ply) with a hole in the center to the bottom as a spacer between the top and bottom. The pivot is a 1” dowel glued in the bottom. The top has a 1” hole 3/4 of its thickness and just sits on top of the base. A little wax and it spins freely with no appreciable wobble. It would be easier to buy the hardware from Rockler and just put it together. But where is the fun in that?

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