The following pictures are of a prototype of a free standing small wine wack Im trying to make.
I used junk 2x6's and a damaged piece of plywood for the base, its only a sample to work on.
even with my large forstner bit, its just not making the holes. It took me over an hour to get 2 holes, and the bit is just about shot, smoking, not cutting anymore.
There isnt a large choice for 3 and 1/8th forstner bits on the market.
I thought about using a hole saw, but they only go 1 and 5/8th depth.
any thoughts how I can drill through 4 inches, or do I have to make each board 1.5 inches and glue up after I drill?
Will a hole blade cut through walnut? cherry?
as seen in pictures, I gave up after the second hole, but I think my idea and design is obvious, what Im going for.(the top will be cut at 20 degrees also, I just didnt have long enough 2x6s)