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I LIKE IT!! Even has a nice flat top to put your drink,ER... magazine/book on. Very nice, did you cut the two sides at the same time? They look remarkably similiar (not all mine do :( LOL)

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1 minute ago, Artie said:

I LIKE IT!! Even has a nice flat top to put your drink,ER... magazine/book on. Very nice, did you cut the two sides at the same time? They look remarkably similiar (not all mine do :( LOL)

Artie, I made a template,and drew it on the wood, then cut it 1/16th from the line and sanded it to the line with my spindle sander, then used a 1/4"r router bit and rounded the edges. I have trouble cutting to the line accurately .

Herb

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54 minutes ago, Gene Howe said:

That's pretty classy, Herb.

it are that...

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Very cool Herb and quite classy for it's intended purpose.

How are the sides attached to Artie's drink holder? Glue/pin nails? dowels? blind dovetail?

I really like the threaded bolt, washer & nut idea and incorporation. That turned out great!

What man wouldn't want to change out the empty TP roll with that feature?:P

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8 hours ago, Grandpadave52 said:

How are the sides attached to Artie's drink holder? Glue/pin nails? dowels? blind dovetail?

On the mockup ,I used pin nails and on the walnut just butt and glue. I found the original picture.1219427053_ThialandTPHolder.jpeg.7e1c67af690ef6b97036bda0b42917ae.jpeg

Herb

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57 minutes ago, Cal said:

Great job Herb.  Is the nut & bolt actually threaded?

Yes, both ends, they have to be taken apart to change rolls.

Herb

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Great Job Herb!!!

I really like it!!

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2 hours ago, It Was Al B said:

In todays' world, I'd bet the flat top would be more useful for cell phones that hardly ever leave peoples hands :lol:

I thought the same thing...

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2 hours ago, It Was Al B said:

In todays' world, I'd bet the flat top would be more useful for cell phones that hardly ever leave peoples hands :lol:

They write articles about the amount of germs on the old dial phones, can imagine those I-Phones in the bathroom.:Laughing: 

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Great job Herb. 

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