Fantastic job! You are cranking them out! Way to go! Cheers and best wishes--
Fantastic! Post some picts! would love to see your mug!
Nice! Great idea! Can't wait to see your picts of the mug. Best wishes--
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I think that could work...let me know how it goes!
If you have a router table with this exact Rockler bit, it may be in just the way you're laying down the pieces. One needs to place them on the tape 'kissing' each other. If you are doing that, 16 pieces should fit snug together. If you are only using 14, yes, huge gaps...Can you try doing the circle with 16? Feel free to post picts.... One issue I just thought of...maybe your router table isn't 90 square to the router bit...Hmmmm. Not sure, sorry....
Wow..sorry to hear that. Big bummer. Honestly, that set up should have worked just fine. A dull router bit or low speed could have been a factor. [I'm assuming you did it on a router table....] Honestly, you can round over however much you want...I haven't made one in a while so I can't remember. It was either a 3/8" or 1/2". I would do a 1/2" no problem on oak wood and do the full bit in depth. I've never had one blow out....sorry that happened to you....
What an AMAZING star! I can't believe you didn't get the GRAND PRIZE for this! This is next level!
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Beautiful! nicely done! Enjoy schmearing the cream cheese! 👍😎
WOW! Great lookin' mugs! Nicely done!
I think that's a good plan. Thats what I do. Coating the whole entire inside with Brewer's Pine Pitch is total overkill...and [would be] a complete mess. I don't actually think it can be done. I'm not kidding. It hardens almost instantly. If you pour in the bottom, do it quickly and call it a day. I don't see how you could put in the mug and coat the inside. There is no way to use a tool to do it...you would have to dump a bunch in and roll the mug. Complete mess, I would think. I think your plan is wise. I've been doing this with zero problems and no leaks. Best wishes!
Sound great. I'm just so impressed with this design....thanks again for the inspiration! You should have taken top prize with this....
I really wanna do this, but I think it's gonna take 7 to 10 hrs to print one of these....Its a fantastic idea, but probably the best is to find someone to make a mold and then do injection molding. Hmmmmmm. I really want to do this on my fence! Such a great idea. This is a solid kickstarter idea. Have you thought about selling it? I think you should.....
The pine pitch is really tricky. You wanna pour it in slowly to the bottom. Just a little bit to just cover the bottom [~1/4" or so]. That's it. Definitely do not put on the outside. It will be game over. Just put your favorite lacquer or rub on the outside. I trusted my gluing with titebond for the inside sides and outside. Never a leak. If you are concerned, you could schmear pine pitch all over the inside. But! it's a serious mess and it dries very fast. Again, I just put on the bottom...all good. :) I hope this helps! Best wishes! post pictures!
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Thank you! Go for it! its super easy...and, if you don't wanna make the side cheeks, I've added a plan B to the end of it. Takes 1 hour start to finish....Enjoy!
thank you very much! seriously just small scrap wood that I've refused to throw out....now I have a use for it! Thanks!
thank you! :)
Oh thank you so much! I'm soooo stoked! Thank you for your support! :)
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This is super cool! What a great idea. Thank you for posting! :)
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Oh heck ya! that's stunning! Is that zebrano wood or black limba for the handle? or ?? Hey thanks for supporting this project by GETTING IT DONE!!!
NEXT LEVEL, indeed. Freakin' amazing, dude....I'm stunned....
Thank you! Steal away...and make it even better! Thank you for the kind words...best wishes! :)
Sweet idea! Thanks for posting!
HA! Oh, heck ya! Thank you very much! I hope you get to build one yourself to schmear that bagel properly. ;) Best wishes--
Oh thank you! That means so much.... He sounds like an amazing man. Best wishes!
Thank you very much! I have scraps of everything....in those photos I have walnut, maple, cedar, doug fir, padouk, lacewood, spruce, and mahogany.....Any wood will work just fine. Best wishes! :)
ok...never had that problem...but noted. Thanks for the tip.
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Sweet mallet! Love the design and build. Excellent job!
Thank you so much for the kind words! :)
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Absolutely amazing. I've never done epoxy yet...but this is inspiring me to give it a go. Nicely done! :)
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Thank you very much! :)
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You could do that, indeed. That said, it really is simple to router it when assembled for the top lip and bottom. Best wishes! Can't wait to see it when finished! :)
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wow! nicely done! :)
so sorry for the late reply...I'm using brewers pine pitch only now...works great. https://www.townsends.us/products/brewers-pitch-bp293-p-373
so sorry for the late reply! Nicely done Ralph! Looks amazing.
so sorry for the late reply....yes, use a harder, more dense wood like oak or maple.... best wishes
Sorry for the late reply 2 years later! Yikes...I need to check this website more often! I think Pine is too soft....a hardwood would be best like Oak, Walnut, Beech, Maple, or Mahogany....best wishes!
Wow!! Nicely done Ralph! Thanks for the great tip! :)
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Wow! Nice lookin' mugs! Excellent job.....
I would say use the Brewer's pitch....it seals just fine and not as messy as the wax. However,...if you have big holes to fill, the wax is probably better for that [big holes/cracks]. Maybe use a combo of both? You won't screw it up...both are great options...the wax is just a bit messy inside the mug if it dries quickly. Cheers!
Please post a pict when done! and...let me know if there were parts of the build that were confusing [direction wise] so I can fix it. Best wishes---
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Thanks Carl for the post! I made my first one [of many I'm sure] this afternoon in a few hours. Great idea with the drill chucked into the threaded rod. My only difference in my build was using a slightly thicker rod at #10-32 instead of #8. Thanks again for the Instructable with you tube video. Much appreciated!
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I personally would use a hardwood.....That said, I'm sure you can get it to work just fine with pine if sealed well. I only like to work with hardwoods....[Oak, birch, maple, beech, mahogany....] Best wishes!
Michael, thanks again for the tips. Can't wait to use it.....
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Bought the Brewer's Pine Pitch. Yup, way better.....I'll update with a link. Thanks again for the tip!
Great point indeed! Best is to just rinse out with hot water....I don't don't even know if I would soap it....the last thing I would want is soap residue in my IPA....no bueno.
yup, workin' on it! ;)
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What a sweeeeeet knife. I've done a few with just wood...but the brass really adds to the knife. Thanks for posting! Well done.
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Hey, thanks ClenseYourPallet! Maybe someone should do a mug in pallet wood, eh?! ;)
Michael, thanks for the tip! Never heard of it....I'll try it out for sure. The beeswax works, but it is a little messy at the bottom. Is there any funk taste from the Pine Pitch?
Howdy ManofSteel...I've just made about 8 mugs so far and have given away to close friends and family.... It's plausible I could sell them...I haven't thought about doing that at present.
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Much appreciated! :)
Thank you for the kind words!
Thanks for posting! Nicely done!
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Nicely Done! love the idea!