Ok, I've got a question for the learned. I just got in from delivering and
setting up the moawb* to my brother, who owns a trophy shop. Seems he has
had several requests to have a cd mounted on a plaque. He posed a question
to me as to how he could recess a cd into his premade, prefinished plaque
boards. My question to all, is there a forstner bit made that big? Or any
other kind of bit, besides a hole saw bit, that would work. It don't matter
about the little "dimple" a forstner bit would make, just that it can't be a
1/4" hole a hole saw pilot bit would make. Once recessed, the plaque would
have a plexi "face" over it. I just measured a cd and it's about 4 3/4" in
diameter. Just looking for some suggestions without a helluva lot of setup
time and jig work. He hasn't got a variety of tools to work with, just a dp,
miter saw, stuff to make trophies. I appreciate any input here.
*moawb = Mother of all work benches
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