Make a Bottle Opener Handle on the Lathe Part 1: Glue Up the Blank

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Add some flare to your utensil drawer with this stylish wooden bottle opener, which you can turn from a few pieces of walnut and a veneer inlay. All you’ll need for the first step in the process is waterproof glue, a couple of clamps and a gentle curve cut on your bandsaw.

Titebond III Ultimate Wood Glue provided by Titebond. For more information, visit www.titebond.com.

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4 Responses to “Make a Bottle Opener Handle on the Lathe Part 1: Glue Up the Blank”
  1. Wayne Williams in Garland, TX

    George, what brand clamp are you using in this video? Where can they be bought?

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