Step 3: Make the Second Cut

After you have made the first cut you'll have the two pieces to your awesome corkscrew. This next step you need to keep those two pieces together and tape it one more time in the same spot.

Now you cut it one more time, fitting in the curves that you want. There really is no science to the curves. It will look awesome without any measurements. Just cut it the way you want it to look. 
Very cool. Have you ever tried doing this with a jig saw? No band saw available for me. It seems like it would be simple enough to sand down the 4 corners of the original block so that you would end up with a hole down the middle for a an electrical cord for a lamp as well.
You could mount your jigsaw under a bench like a router you would then have a near enough band saw.
The only problem I've had with the jig is that it's very difficult to work a larger piece of wood. Yes and the electrical cord is a great idea! I did just that with the coat rack. It's able to run a cord through it. Hopefully for a future project!
Nice! I love woodworking, and this is something I've never seen before. Can't wait to try! Good work. Love your profile picture too
Haha beemo is my favorite.
Excellent 'ible. Great documentation too! Looking forward to trying this out.
Hey, this is really clever! Thanks for sharing.
It's like book-matching on acid!
Mind officially blown. Gotta make some Who furniture.
Not really a corkscrew, just curvy. NEat idea though.
Cannot wait to try this! You almost lost me at step four because my brain didn't turn with the wood and the corners fit so tight that it seemed like something else must have happened between the two pictures! Thanks so much for this!

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