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This is my first real Scrollsaw project. I found a picture on the internet of one I liked so I sort of copied it. The bolt/washer/nut was my idea, the one I copied had a dowel with a ball on the end.

Made from Black Walnut.

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that came out really nice Herb...
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The dispenser did too.

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The dispenser did too.
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Thats much nicer than the crappy one I have Herb , and that wooden bolt and washer are a very nice touch

I donít always insulate , but when I do .
Ok ,I never insulate

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I made a pattern template,then a mock-up first to see if I liked it.
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Thats much nicer than the crappy one I have Herb , and that wooden bolt and washer are a very nice touch
Yeah the picture had a ball on the end of a dowel, too girly for me, I wanted a more industrial look. just a guy thing.
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Nice Herb. I too like the wooden bolt and nut. Way cool.

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That. Is. Awesome.

Would love more details on how you did the threaded rod and nut.
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Yeah the picture had a ball on the end of a dowel, too girly for me, I wanted a more industrial look. just a guy thing.
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Iím with you , the bolt makes it for me

I donít always insulate , but when I do .
Ok ,I never insulate
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