Turning Project This Handy Brush Is Great For Getting At Any Hard To Reach Places And Is Especially Suited For Dusting Your Computer S Keyboard It Is A Simple Spindle Turning Project That Becomes Extraordinary When You Use Any One Of A Variety Of Beautiful Exotic Woods
Turning project this handy brush is great for getting at any hard to reach places and is especially suited for dusting your computer s keyboard it is a simple spindle turning project that becomes extraordinary when you use any one of a variety of beautiful exotic woods is bookmark about Magazine bookmarked by terry with ID 194782013 was uploaded on 24-01-2019 and has been viewed 116,013 times.
Exotic Wood Dusting Brush So far, I've created eleven different shaped brushes, from eleven different exotic woods, including.vermillion, calantas, ebony, tigerwood (also known as goncalo alves), angigo, zebrano, niangon, kingwood, greenheart, rosewood, and purpleheart.
All of these woods are available in 1" square lengths at very reasonable prices.Using such exotics make this brush a delight to look at and to hold.• Cut a square piece to a 6" length.Bristles are available in 5" length.
This ratio makes for a nice balance.• Drill the hole (to mount the bristles) before you begin turning, because if you shape your piece to a finished diameter first, and then try to drill a hole in the end, chances are the piece will split.
• To drill the hole, I used a ¾" saw tooth bit in a drill press.It could also be done on the lathe by holding the wood in a chuck, and drilling from the tailstock end with a Jacobs's chuck.I also use a smaller center than the hole.
That is so I can cut right to the end, without hitting the center.If you don't have a smaller center, just flip the wood with the hole onto the...