Scroll Saw Project New Ideas Are Often Born Of Workshop Leftovers These Coasters Both Functional And Decorative Provide A Great Way To Use Up Some Of Those Little Gems That You Have Squirreled Away I Used Walnut For The Coasters And Birch For The Holder
Scroll saw project new ideas are often born of workshop leftovers these coasters both functional and decorative provide a great way to use up some of those little gems that you have squirreled away i used walnut for the coasters and birch for the holder is bookmark about Magazine bookmarked by benjamin with ID 11660558149 was uploaded on 28-04-2019 and has been viewed 170,171 times.
Coasters Illustrations by Mike Del Rizzo Coaster• From 1⁄4" stock, cut the circle for the coaster.Use a 3 3⁄4" hole saw, mounted in a drill press.Remove the bit from the center so it doesn't interfere with the pattern to be cut out later.
• Place a piece of scrap wood between the drill press table and the stock.This will allow for a cleaner cut on the bottom side of the coaster.I clamp my stock to the scrap piece of wood before cutting the circle.
• Remove the coaster from the hole saw.I use the eraser end of a standard pencil, inserting it through the holes in the top of the hole saw and pushing out the piece of wood for the coaster.• Sand rough edges of the coaster circle.
• Glue the pattern on to the circle of wood with a spray adhesive.Make sure to follow the directions for a temporary bond.Consider the direction of the wood grain when placing the pattern on the coaster.
I suggest the grain be oriented horizontally for this pattern.The coasters can be stacked and cut two or three at a time.I find two at a time is the best.• Once...