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    JEWELRY ORGANIZER

    This organizer was made with a discarded printer bar. The brackets were made in the lathe (cedrillo wood) and painted.
    The S hooks were made from a discarded clothes hanger.

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    In addition to helping organize the necklaces, the area behind closet doors, which is not normally used, takes advantage. It is for sure that this project will please all wives.

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    Very nice morsa! You sure do get a lot of use out of those printer bars

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    Thanks Jon.
    I recently posted several tools made from discarded printers bars to fulfill the promise made in the thread (Woodturning depth gauge).
    As I mentioned before, only two of the dismantled printers were mine; all others were donated by my brothers or collected from office garbage. I have still some rods for future use.
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    Hola amigo Morsa, de vuelta al rodeo y conociendo tus trabajos un gran saludo, hasta pronto.

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    Gracias, amigo jotasierra. Como verás este post es de hace un año; he presentado aquí pocos trabajos por la barrera del idioma, pero pienso hacerlo pronto y espero ver aquí algunos de tus trabajos. Un abrazo.


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