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Posted on Boring 3 1/2 inch holes in thick log slabs

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#1 posted 10-21-2009 08:39 PM

Thanks. I hope so. I’ve surfed the Internet far and wide trying to find an example of what I’m trying to create and haven’t been able to find anything out there. Most wine bottles are a little over three inches in diameter, and I’m trying to make slabs (crosscut with a chainsaw from the ends of the log) with holes bored in the slabs to accommodate the bottles. I will cut off a portion of the slab so it will “stand on end”, and the wine bottles can then be inserted into the holes. Depending on the size of the slab, these “wine racks” can be used on a countertop or as a stand-alone rack in a home, cabin, or mountain retreat.

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