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Fig, 5. I drilled a hole for the eye of the duck with a 1/4" brad point drill bit in my drill press.
Fig. 6. I chamfered the area around the eye with a countersink bit.
Fig. 7.1 eased the edges of the pull with a chamfering bit that I set up in a small laminate trimmer. Note the small block of wood that I used to provide additional support for the base of the trimmer.
Fig. &. Small burn marks such as these are almost unavoidable when using cherry; they are very difficult to remove with abrasive paper alone!
Fig. 10. The oil finish has been applied and the project is done,
Fig. 9, I flood the surface with either linseed oil or paint thinner and then use the blade from a utility knife as a scraper to remove the burns.
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