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Make some small stylish trays, to serve coffee (or tee). I use Plexiglas (remaining from a former project). You could use real glass too, but it would require ...
Materials: 2 mm thick Plexiglas (acrylic glass) Hard wood strips (I used beech) of rectangular profiles Hard wood strip of round profile Tools: Cutting mat, metal ruler, cutter ...
Cut the paper sides, glue them on the wood, saw them carefully, drill (beware: not through) [*] with a short piece of rounded profile, put the sides together ...
With the cutter, strongly mark (two firm passes should suffice) the Plexiglas on both sides. Hold the Plexiglas between two boards (or in a large vise) and snap ...
Cut rounded some rounded profile to length (board width plus some extra millimeters). Glue them to the sides (dip the ends into some wood glue). Let the glue ...
Cut the short sides to length. They must be approx 0.1 mm longer than the Plexiglas width, so that the Plexiglas can slightly slide. Glue them with epoxy, ...
Remove the Plexiglas. Sand the wooden frame (optionally, with a power sander).
Apply wood primer, and let dry. Slightly sand to get a smooth surface again.
Remove the protective sheet of the Plexiglas boards. Clean the Plexiglas with water. Place each Plexiglas into the frame it belongs to.
Enjoy your trays. Serve coffee, espresso or tee. In addition to the cup, there is room for a spoon, a sieve, a biscuit or praline or sugar cube, ...
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