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    Multi Axis Candlestick

    I stumbled upon this article from Woodwork Magazine...looks like something fun to try out.

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    Great article Jeff it looks an interesting design and one that could be used for other pieces. Thanks for posting it
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    After seeing some of Curt Fuller's eccentric finials, I've played around a bit with that approach, although I used a chuck and just put the wood in it crooked. Here are a couple poor pics of a key fob I made for LOML to use at her office. (She's the receptionist, so she's the keeper of the bathroom keys.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn McMillan View Post
    After seeing some of Curt Fuller's eccentric finials, I've played around a bit with that approach, although I used a chuck and just put the wood in it crooked. Here are a couple poor pics of a key fob I made for LOML to use at her office. (She's the receptionist, so she's the keeper of the bathroom keys.)

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    Yeppers, that looks a little better than a cinder block!
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