- Nov 25, 2009
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I tried my luck with the rings for my crayon. They are 1/4 thick, and are drilled with holes for 38mm tubing.
Well first I drew the plans on my plywood, and drilled a 1.5 inch hole in all of them, and sanded them out until they were a good fit for 38mm loc tubing. Then I cut around (as best I could) with a band saw.i agree with rocketlaw haha
how did you make those? to you have the router attachment or is that all free hand?
I have been looking at those, how do they work? can you set them to any size you want or is there certain notches in it for certain sizes? because the crayon's tubing is a weird diameter.I use a Japser jig
and a router. cuts perfect everytime. just remember to adjust for inner or outer diameter.
It goes by 1/16" sizes,,, if you need something different, instead of a .250" router bit,, up or down size the bit,, and you could get any size you want.I have been looking at those, how do they work? can you set them to any size you want or is there certain notches in it for certain sizes? because the crayon's tubing is a weird diameter.
but for other instances, the router is not a bad idea, such as a future project i have planned, a 38mm deuces wild.