Introduction: Branch Chest Without Forstner Bit (update)

You might have seen the Branch Chest I did a while back, and it required a fairly large forstner (or spade) bit. In order to make this a little less tool dependant, here is a way to do it without a forstner (or spade) bit and use a brad point (or standard) drill bit instead. Enjoy, and remember to be Inspired!

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seamster (author)2014-08-27

Cool!

Just a tip: If you add at a nice clear image of your finished project, you'll most likely get a few more views. Full step-by-step instructions will likely get you LOTS more :)

Great projects though, I'm really enjoying them! Keep up the good work!

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Dominic Bender (author)seamster2014-08-30

I think you are right. As of now, I usually do not take pictures of the process - I figure I got the camera rolling anyway. But at the very least a proper cover should not be too hard to do. Thanks!

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