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Old 01-02-2014, 01:34 PM   #1
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Default New weather Station

I actually got the idea from a Steve Good pattern.

I took the triangle thingies and enlarged them to fit the weather station gauges.

Poplar with a Walnut base. Not finished or glued yet.
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I like the swept look. Will be fun trying to clamp that for gluing. Share some pics in the clamps.
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I like the way you did that, can't wait to see it finished.
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Those are going to look great Terry. I like the design of them. Thanks for sharing them with us.


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Great idea, I like it !
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You did a nice job. It looks very clean and modern.
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I like that swept look to, Cant wait to see it finished
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Cool design, should be stunning with a finish.
I would put a dowel pin where it glues to the base. it will make the glue up a lot easier and stronger.
Did you get the gauges from clock kit?
How are they attached?
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Very cool project.
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Yes Yes Rolf.

excellent, I did it.
Maybe use brass pins an raise it about a 1/2' above the base?
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