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Here's my latest. I made an ambient weather station recently. It has a barometer, hygrometer, and a thermometer. I glued up a couple of oak boards to get to get the main board to a thickness of 1.5". Then I made the top top and foot pads and chamfered and glued them on. I made this one out of Oak. I'm really enjoying the easy weekend projects lately. This one turned out great.


 

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Good Job, Daris.

BTW, I do not like those fingers so close to the profile cutter, even with a starter pin.
But that is just me......
 

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BTW, I do not like those fingers so close to the profile cutter, even with a starter pin.
But that is just me......
No, I wouldn't be putting mine so close either.
 

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A weather station has been on my list of things to do for years, maybe now that I am retired I might find the time. :) I already have the Barometer, just need a couple of other instruments.
 

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Guys I always say to watch those high speed cutters and to count your fingers after each cut however with small parts and experience then I would do the cuts on the little pieces the same way. I am reluctant to say that you cannot make an omelet without cracking some eggs, still with care then you can route small parts and keep your fingers as well N

ps, anyone that can make a nice weather station can also make a nice Jewelry Case
 

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Very nice, Daris.

I have something similar in my to do list projects. It is a wooden block like yours with two clocks to show differents time zones.
 
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