Wine Holder

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Introduction: Wine Holder


Step 1: Board

find board like this: 26 x 9 x 1,5 cm.

Step 2: Circle

draw circle and cut hole and slant 45 - 50 º

Step 3: Slant

45 - 50 º

Step 4: Mount :)

put wine into the hole

Step 5: Finish

good luck

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    16 Discussions

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    themaster
    themaster

    8 years ago on Introduction

    I made one of these several years ago, though I modded the shape with a band saw. It's very amusing to use.

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    vincent7520
    vincent7520

    9 years ago on Introduction

    This 'tble is pretty hypocritical !!!
    The video ends up with an invitation to "enjoy" !!!!
    But how can we do that with a wine holder that requires the bottle to remain uncorked ?????

    ;)

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    Yerboogieman
    Yerboogieman

    10 years ago on Introduction

    You need to specify what degree to drill the hole, what size to drill it, and whether you can use a full bottle of wine, etc.

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    slowblinker
    slowblinker

    11 years ago on Introduction

    I did this and found that for a standard bottle of wine it worked better to go closer to 50 degrees than 45. You can make the hole thru the wood straight or slanted. Slanted will allow the bottle to balance more parallel to the counter. I used a hols saw to cut the hole, then a wood rasp to put the angles on it.

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    rebalumni
    rebalumni

    11 years ago on Step 2

    It looks like the hole is slanted as well. Does it need to be at an angle or will a straight cut work?

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    ansem227
    ansem227

    11 years ago on Introduction

    a very neat idea, ive seen some before but ive never known the exact dimensions of how to make one
    Here should be a link to the one i have
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    DieCastoms
    DieCastoms

    11 years ago on Introduction

    If the only thing that goes better with wine is cheese, why not add some cutting board features to the stand itself so that it may be used double-duty? Make the oard out of butcherblock material! Nicely done as-is though! P.S. I have a late 70's Popular Mechanics Magazine with the same thing in it, as well as a mid 50's Mother Earth News. A timeless project indeed!

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    R4Man18
    R4Man18

    11 years ago on Introduction

    Awesome. Father is a wine connoisseur and this will make an interesting birthday gift.

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    explosivemaker

    ....they sell ones for 2 liter bottles for like $20.....any chance you might make another instructable.......

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    DIYADD
    DIYADD

    12 years ago on Introduction

    Equilibrium is a wonderful thing, though technically its a state of being, not a thing.

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    nickc321
    nickc321

    12 years ago on Introduction

    the sad part is, that I've actually paid for these before and I've always known that they are this simple... guess it is about time I make one myself

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    scmtngirl
    scmtngirl

    12 years ago on Introduction

    wait a minute, this stands up by itself by way of leverage only? that is so neat!