Woodworker's Journal 101-Projects-for-Woodworkers, страница 183




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Pulley Planter

This plant bracket can be used to display almost any small potted houseplant. It's made entirely of pine and can be built in just a few hours' time.

Refer to the drawing and cut both bracket parts from W stock. If W pine is difficult to purchase in your area, you'll have to plane down a board. Smooth all rough edges with a file and sandpaper. Now attach the arm to the bracket back with two #5 fiat-headed wood screws. The dotted line on the back shows the location of the arm.

Cut the pulley to a diameter of 5", mount the disc in a lathe and cut a %" groove (as shown) with a parting chisel. Lay out and cut all four spokes, then sand all surfaces thoroughly.

From stock cut the l"-wide x 4"-Iong yoke strips. Now cut the % x V support block. Glue and clamp the yoke strips to the pulley wheel and support block and allow to dry overnight. Attach a screw eye to the support-block top and a hook to the end of the bracket arm. Sand all surfaces and finish to suit.

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