I'm trying to make a spoon holder rack and I can't figure out an easy way of
putting in the slots. They seem to be "T" shaped, about 1/4" wide at the
throat and 1/2 wide at the top, with the top slot about 3/16" deep. Has
anyone made one of these, and how did you construct the holding slot for the
Funny you should mention that. I was browsing Rockler's website and the 1/2
T-Slot bit will probably work. The depth of the T is only about 1/8", but
their T depth is 3/16 which is close enough.
Thanks for your suggestion
Most of the spoons should fit with a t-slot bit, but they will certainly fit
if you're willing to double-cut using a core box bit, gluing a molding up
front, and slotting it. At least the ones I've made will.
I built one myself early this summer for a customer.
This is the key hole/ hanging slot router bit I used and it worked pretty
well for me
I'd also recommend clamping a piece of scrap board to the outfeed side to
BTW, the one I built would hold about 60 spoons, 4 rows of 15.
I varied the spacing between rows from 4 - 5.5" I believe, since the
collectable spoons also vary in size.
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