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paulcoyne

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1733 days ago

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hey guys having trouble getting diensions for a pasta measuring tool i could put a rough guess on dimensions of the holes but would prefer to be acurate so if any body has attempted one of thesepasta tool or knows where i might find dimensions i would be greatful, they look like a quick and easy project i could add to my inventory… thank you kindly

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#1 posted 1733 days ago

I’ve seen plastic ones like this at the dollar store.

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paulcoyne

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#2 posted 1733 days ago

hey guys i kept looking after posting to the forum and found what i was looking for…
thanks all…

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#3 posted 1733 days ago

Nice work Paul cool idea

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#4 posted 1733 days ago

I would have to agree with notottoman (although I am not Italian) just because you can have a ‘tool’ for almost everything doesn’t mean you should have a ‘tool’ for everything… but just for the record that ‘tool’ seems oddly long imho.

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paulcoyne

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#5 posted 1733 days ago

yes length wise it looks very long but it is for the dimensions of the holes i want, and it is something i shall be making to fill up my kitchen gift set for xmas craft fairs, trying to give customers value for money with a large selection of products(even if they are things they dont need)... ;)

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paulcoyne

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#6 posted 1733 days ago

no offence taken, i am on a very tight budget so just goin to use what ever timber i have left either beech or mapple, so far in the gift boxes might be coaster set, napkin rings, wooden spoon, honey dripper and pasta measure… i know a lot of random stuff there but all fun to make…

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paulcoyne

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#7 posted 1733 days ago

cheeres some great ideas there like the egg holder idea i forgot to add to my list toast tongs which i made a batch of 30 last week, i will put pictures of all these up soon..

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#8 posted 1733 days ago

just for the record i agree with notottoman, again… (i am such a tag along)

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#9 posted 1733 days ago

Mario, I’ve re-read everything you’ve written. You don’t have an Italian accent…..

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