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    Huon pine ecig holder

    Not sure if this is the right threat, but I just wanted to share the ecig holder I made yesterday.

    I had this uneven, out of square lump of huon pine sitting around the shed for 5 years that I never wanted to throw out because it had this one side of beautiful edge on it. Looks great on the mantle now.

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/s98i3tuagw..._0179.JPG?dl=0

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/r9sgs6nuhr..._0178.JPG?dl=0

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    Lovely piece of wood. Nice job
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    You are now a Master Blockhead

    Looks good !
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    Hmmm, whats your address and when are you going out ???? Very nice and well done.

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    favorist wood to work with.
    Nice work.


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    Good job HaMMeR!!! I have a piece that I have had longer than I care to remember and was wondering what to do with it. You have given me ideas!

    Promise I will not copy!!! Seeing some work does inspire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by merexy View Post
    Good job HaMMeR!!! I have a piece that I have had longer than I care to remember and was wondering what to do with it. You have given me ideas!

    Promise I will not copy!!! Seeing some work does inspire.
    Copy away my friend, use spade bits for the holes they make a perfect center mark to use a 7.5mm bit for the 510 threaded tanks.

    For everyone thinking about making the same sort of thing, the reason everything "looks" even is because I used a drill press to make sure the depth of the holes were the same for every tier and at the same angle sitting on the press. You could do it by hand drill, but remember to use another piece of off cut wood or MDF on top to fix your depth.

    If I could do it again I would make the battery holes deeper and only sand down to 250grit sand paper then drill the holes to remove the pencil indents in the wood from marking where the holes go.

    I've got some more interesting ideas for holders and would like to see some others if anyone has any?

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    Yep, drill press is mandatory or you'd have a hell of a mess. I have "forstner" bits. They do an even better job than spades with a press.
    Check them out.

 

 

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