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 Posted: Mon Apr 12th, 2021 10:12 am
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What to do with 3 scraps of wood, a 1" forstner bit and an old knob? Takes up a lot less room to hold 24 Valley bottles.


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I Like that, I currently have my Vallejo Model Air paints stored in small plastic trays, if this had a base like a lazy susan then it would be even better.

Off to the shed to see what offcuts I can find.



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Thanks, Andy, I'm waiting on a chance to source [i.e. 'not pay for...'] three suitable ball bearings to put into holes in the bottom face, keeping them in with a plastic annulus.

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That's handy Doug - superb on a lazy-susan although I guess it's not that heavy to lift and turn anyway .............



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