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Quote FenrirsMuse Replybullet Topic: Making Wooden Jewelery
    Posted: December/16/2011 at 4:33pm
Does anyone have experience making wooden plugs? Could it be done with a Dremel or is a lathe necessary? Does anyone have any advice regarding making wooden jewelry?
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Quote erinarney Replybullet Posted: December/26/2011 at 8:59pm
Do your research! Make sure you know what wood you're working with and what reactions humans may have to the material.
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Quote pierced_celt Replybullet Posted: December/27/2011 at 10:33am
Jakethejake makes wooden plugs.he may b able to help.
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Quote i_am_a_cc Replybullet Posted: February/23/2012 at 12:10am
It could be done with a dremel. I am not sure about you, but i am not good enough with one to make a perfect circle. I would recommend a lathe or you could use a drill press and hole saw drill bits.
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Quote SolidOak Replybullet Posted: February/24/2012 at 3:55pm
Celt, if that is your ear; Props. I am really digging it, tempted to bite your style haha!
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Quote Uraniumhobo Replybullet Posted: February/25/2012 at 9:01pm
a lathe and a good chuck safety equipment (face masks and respirator to keep all that dust and wood out of your mouth and nose, it cakes up pretty easily) and sharp tools (keeping them sharp is important so you might want to invest in a sharpening jig too), make sure you have the right dimensions and tpi (treads per inch) the rest is lots of research and practicing

it not cheap to get into and dont start with expensive woods till your comfortable
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