How to make a spoon holder by camphor wood. spoon holder DIY. Beautiful spoon holder. Hi~
I am Uncle Carpenter. Today, I made a spoon holder made of camphor wood to give to my mother-in-law. Camphor is a tree famous for its cutting board and has excellent antibacterial activity. It is native to Asia such as Korea, Japan, and China. However, Australia is now a more famous tree. Then let’s see how you can make a spoon holder with camphor. Please subscribe and like before you watch the video. This is CAD drawing of camphor spoon holder. Conversion of timber to the size of the drawing. Before using the automatic feed planer, level the floor. Flatten using an automatic feed planer. Using a band saw, cut it to about 8mm thick. Using an automatic feed planer, exactly cut to 6mm thickness. Cut the plate to fit the size of the CAD drawing. Make a table saw jig for finger joints for board connection. As you can see, make pins at intervals of one blade. Raise the height of the saw blade about 0.5mm higher than the thickness of the plate. Use the remaining members to confirm the interval at which the finger joints will be made. Attach the board with paper tape and make two finger joints at the same time. The short plate is spaced by the thickness of the saw blade and then made a finger joint. The long side is aligned with the pin to make a finger joint. This insert completes the finger joint. Really easy? Make a groove for the bottom plate on the side of the plate. Make a groove in the middle of the area where the separation partition will fit. Apply Tightbond3 glue and join. Tighten with clamps to ensure proper fit. Make a lid while the glue hardens. Insert the separation partition when the adhesion is complete. Use a trimmer to shape the lid. Put inlaid design using a walnut tree in the middle of the lid. My mother-in-law is a devout Christian, with a cross in the middle. Engraving patterns and logos using laser engraving. First primer coat work using mineral penetrating oil. Once absorption is completed, doing oil sand working the # 400 sandpaper. When drying is complete, top coating the coating oil. In this way, a pretty spoon holder with camphor wood, full of subtle patterns and refreshing scents, was completed. If the video was useful today, subscribe, like, and click the alarm. And see you in the next video.