I need to make a some knobs that will fit a standard door knob
spindle. But the knobs have to be flat, no more than 5/8" thick at
their thickess point, and anywhere from 1" to 2" in diameter.
Since all knobs that fit a standard door knob spindle are actually
door knob size, and the smaller knobs(which are not made for the
torque involved with turning)only use screws to secure them anyway, I
was thinking that perhaps what I need can be made it out of wood.
Can anyone tell me if this can be done without having to purchase
"major" machinery. And what would be the best wood to use?(Or perhaps
I should just go with some sort of plastic. ie: Nylon or Delrin).
Thanks a lot.
Staten Island, New York.