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Old 12-21-2012, 07:35 PM   #1
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I don't recall who posted pictures of something similar a few weeks ago - but thanks for the inspiration! This is my take on it, I layered hem fir and oak for a little color contrast. I used 5" long 1/4" eye bolts to hold the project together as well as anchor the rope handle. I used an orbital sander to smooth out the edges as well as put a slight bevel on the edges. About 5" of flexible electrical conduit wrapped with electrical tape serves as a semi-rigid handle with the rope.





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Old 12-21-2012, 08:05 PM   #2
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Very nice. I swear after the Holidays I am going to start doing some wood working to get things like this built.



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Old 12-21-2012, 09:05 PM   #3
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Nice Job.

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Thank you! Next will be a bomber 4-pack.

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Actually I have a question, what dimension of wood did you use for the top and bottom? Looks like 1X8.

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Good eye - 1"x8" for top and bottom, and 1x2 for the risers.

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Is the handle made from rubber fuel line hose?

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I want to make a 12 pack carrier that doubles as a bottle dryer, with that I mean I want to be able to put the bottles upsidedown without touching the lip! mabey even make them stackable to 4 high?

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I used flexible electrical conduit, it was about $.78/foot. No particular reason other than I was meandering around the store and saw it and thought it might work
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Between the wood and hardware it appears to be sort of heavy, how much does it weigh?

Looks nice gives me more food for thought as I fix my ShopSmith and start making wonderful sawdust....



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