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The little things

Postby CHJ » 27 Nov 2021, 23:59

Some times it's the little things that gel the most.

A couple of little coasters to go with the chairside cabinet/set of draws I made last week.
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Re: The little things

Postby Andyp » 28 Nov 2021, 07:38

That’s an idea Chas. Thank you.
They are slighted raised up. How? Can we see the underneath please?
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Re: The little things

Postby Phil » 28 Nov 2021, 08:12

Nice! 8-)

Size? Thickness?

How did you mount them on the lathe?
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Re: The little things

Postby Malc2098 » 28 Nov 2021, 10:36

Nice.
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Re: The little things

Postby CHJ » 28 Nov 2021, 13:15

Andyp wrote:...
They are slighted raised up. How? Can we see the underneath please?

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Phil wrote:Size? Thickness?
How did you mount them on the lathe?


85mm sq. X 9mm thick. (Finish is Hard Wax Oil)
Mounted in 4 jaw self centring chuck.
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Re: The little things

Postby Andyp » 28 Nov 2021, 13:17

I have only ever turned round things. Keeping things square is appealing. :eusa-think: Thanks
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Re: The little things

Postby CHJ » 28 Nov 2021, 16:24

Andyp wrote:I have only ever turned round things. Keeping things square is appealing. :eusa-think: Thanks
They can reduce the monotony of the spiny world and add something different to table dressings.
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Re: The little things

Postby Dalboy » 29 Nov 2021, 10:29

WHAT you mean someone gets tea/coffee in bed :lol: :lol: :lol:

Nice little pieces and nice to be able to get them to match (as you made the unit as well)
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Re: The little things

Postby CHJ » 29 Nov 2021, 18:50

Dalboy wrote:WHAT you mean someone gets tea/coffee in bed :lol: :lol: :lol:
Not a hope after 63 yrs Derek (I did say Chairside Cabinet)

It was for my Comfort Corner:-
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