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Once again your imagination shines. Prepare for this post to be favored by many. Awesome job.
 

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Awesome work Blackie….....I've seen similar on the net, but yours is much nicer!
 

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Great looking project. Your bandsaw skills are impressive. This is a great early christmas idea.
 

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That is a mighty fine looking wine rack Blackie !
My old band saw would have a heart attack seeing that size blank coming at it ! haha
Nice job buddy.
 

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Another great project! You really did think out side the box on this one! I like it! Nice contrast in the woods!
 

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Thanks all, got a good laugh Eric, hahaha
 

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Great idea Randy…..I'll bet you waxed your table very good before you started cutting that brute. Now tell us, what are you making from the drawer wood you cut out?
 

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Super craftsmanship! You must have spent as much time sanding as you did cutting to achieve that marvelous finish. "No drips, no runs, no errors."
 

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Oh Randy what a neat idea! Makes me think you could also expand on that and make a jewelry tree by making cuts in the opposite direction, as in the usual "bandsaw raindeer" you probably know. The wood combination is neat :)
 

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Wow! Interesting idea. I'd like to see a photo with a few wine bottles in it, for scale. I'm surprised a 14-inch band saw can cut this, but maybe it's smaller than I am thinking. Nice work!
 

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Sweet rack, Randy!!!.................Jim
 

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That's a real beauty! A very nice hunk-a-hunk-a wine rack.
 

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Larry Funny you mention that, the only down fall is that the chunks of wood blocks that are cut away are pretty big chunks, I'll have to figure out something to do with them.

Arbuckster Thank you

Deon Another thanks

Russell Thanks, I start with 80 grit down to 600, during this project is when my cheapy, Rockwell spindle decided to strip a nut on the spindle so I filed it away and went and bought the Rigid spindle sander, the finish I used is my own mixture of wipe on poly and it's great as it goes on very light I use a sponge brush to apply it just dipping the corner in the can goes a long ways.

Thomas Thanks and that is a great idea on the necklace tree.

Art Thanks, Ask and ye shall receive. :) I added some photos to this comment to show it with a bottle unfortunate I only had one bottle in my inventory.

Mark Thanks for your kind words.



 

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Thanks Roger and Jim.
 

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Thanks for posting the pic with a bottle. Empty, it looked too narrow, and it was difficult to determine how deep each "shelf" was, the bottle shows that more clearly.

I also see you made space for a couple magnums too.. NICE!
 

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Joe Thanks! actually there are three areas that will house a Magnum, I tested them with a 2 liter 7-up bottle. :) the depth of the rack is 6".
 

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Beautiful piece and a great idea.
 
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