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    Kitchen Tools - Stainless Steel Handles for Coffee Demitasse Spoons

    This is another part of my "Kitchen Tool" series for small stainless steel tools I made for my wife and friends.

    The following photos include all new stainless handles for demitasse spoons. The smaller-sized spoon is smaller than a teaspoon and is traditionally used for coffee drinks. I made a series of 12 handles for the spoons using 3/8" diameter 303 stainless steel rod. The 3/8" diameter stainless steel rods were reduced to 0.364 diameter before knurling the 21 pitch knurl (by the way I used the Android app Kurling Calculator to calculate the pre-knurling diameter). The 0.052" grooves were machined with a right-hand Nikcole Mini-systems tool holder and carbide inserts. Also, AR Warner makes T15 inserts for this tool holder and I have used these with success.

    Kitchen Tools - Stainless Steel Handles for Coffee Demitasse Spoons-group-stainless-steel-coffee-demitasse-spoons-ready-using.jpg

    Dimensions for spoons

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    Parts to Spoons

    Kitchen Tools - Stainless Steel Handles for Coffee Demitasse Spoons-parts-stainless-steel-coffee-demitasse-spoons.jpg

    Kurling the 21 pitch into the 0.364 diameter 303 stainless steel rods

    Kitchen Tools - Stainless Steel Handles for Coffee Demitasse Spoons-placing-21-knurl-pitch-stainless-steel-demitasse-spoon-handles.jpg

    Machining 0.052" wide grooves into the stainless steel handles

    Kitchen Tools - Stainless Steel Handles for Coffee Demitasse Spoons-machining-0.052-inch-grooves-303-stainless-steel-handles.jpg

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    Thank you Franks S,

    There are just one more in my kitchen utensils series for a set small pickle forks. I think this should be the last and have been well appreciated by friends and family.

    I really need a turret lathe or CNC lathe to do any of these in production.

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    Paul,

    Beautiful addition to your series and agree with Frank. Personally I wouldn't think production runs of these is what they are all about. I really enjoy the craftsmanship and singularity of them...but that is me. Looking forward to the pickle forks. Thanks for sharing these beauties!

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    Thanks Paul Jones! We've added your Demitasse Spoon Handle to our Culinary category,
    as well as to your builder page: Paul Jones's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:





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