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Old 07-18-2010, 05:10 PM   #1
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Default Oh no another oven pull

My wife had me make an oven pull for a friend at work. I thought I'd make a small trivet from the same piece of cherry. The puller is 3/4 and I re sawed to about 1/2 for the trivet. One more 400 sanding and coat of clear.
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Hey Rob - your oven pulls would make a great gift for Norma, if I could just get her to use the oven - LOL!

Real nice work as usual pal!
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Very nice job.
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Great job rob. What size blade are you using on those pulls?
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Very nice Rob!
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I think this is your best yet. Love the design and the cherry is beautiful.
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Turned out great, especially like the cherry.

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I like the wood and design . Very nice .
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Great job rob. What size blade are you using on those pulls?
The basic pull shape I used a #5 the rest was #3R
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You are one scrolling machine Oily.......combo sure looks sweeeet.
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