Japanese Inspired Trivet

Japanese Inspired Trivet

Unread post #1 by timber715 » Fri May 08, 2015 7:27 pm

started with an 8ft long maple trim and a Walnut trim about 2 ft long. The maple trims were cut using Saw Max to 11" each resulting to 8 pieces and the walnut trims were halved.
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Using a scrap piece that is 1/2" wide, I lay out on the walnut where I want the maple pieces would be located.
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marking with a pencil as I go...
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it would look like this when properly marked.
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with a double sided tape, I bind the two walnut pieces
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on the Dremel Moto Saw, I cut inside the lines where the maple pieces go.
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and with a chisel, I pair away the excess portions.
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some openings (grooves) are tight, thus placing 3 pcs of sandpaper disc on the dremel 3000 arbor it provides enough backing for me to adjust the grooves to accept the maple parts.
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with the drum sander attachment, I chamfer the maple trims that will be facing upwards.
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I then tape all the maple on both ends
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with a cutter I slice the tape along each piece, this serves both as a glue catch and the marker where it would be glued.
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add glue close to the tape
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and install them on the walnut grooves.
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adding weight allows the glue to properly cure in the right place.
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apply your choice of finish and serve tea with style....
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Re: Japanese Inspired Trivet

Unread post #2 by balarila » Sat May 09, 2015 9:57 pm

Cool trivet.

I assume you used Titebond II?
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Re: Japanese Inspired Trivet

Unread post #3 by timber715 » Sun May 10, 2015 1:29 am

balarila wrote:Cool trivet.

I assume you used Titebond II?

Thanks, and yes I used titebond II.
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Re: Japanese Inspired Trivet

Unread post #4 by Joey » Sun May 10, 2015 7:35 am

Nice work brader! :clap: Why didnt you use dado for the groove? Is it chipping or something else?
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Re: Japanese Inspired Trivet

Unread post #5 by timber715 » Sun May 10, 2015 6:00 pm

Joey wrote:Nice work brader! :clap: Why didnt you use dado for the groove? Is it chipping or something else?

Pwedeng pwede with a dado blade on the ts, just add a backer board to avoid tear out.
This is one of those projects that can be done with Dremel tools. Hence the new sub forum dedicated for Dremel Projects.
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Re: Japanese Inspired Trivet

Unread post #6 by Joey » Sun May 10, 2015 9:44 pm

timber715 wrote:
Joey wrote:Nice work brader! :clap: Why didnt you use dado for the groove? Is it chipping or something else?

Pwedeng pwede with a dado blade on the ts, just add a backer board to avoid tear out.
This is one of those projects that can be done with Dremel tools. Hence the new sub forum dedicated for Dremel Projects.


Ok. Didnt see that this is for dremel. Hehehe... Any who, nice weekend project ehy... :clap:
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