EricL

Wtb: turned wooden wheel. Squared Donut shape.

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Hey.  Asking here first for fellow members before i need to look for a woodshop. Which is crazy hard in NYC.

 

Im looking to have a wooden wheel made. End product looks like a bushing. A big donut shape. Square edge is best. No need for round sides. 

 

Does anyone here turn wood or have the tools to make a few as a hobbyist?  I have basic wood tools but cant make something like this.

 

I need it to be about 7" in diameter.

Inside hole about 4.75"

About 1.5"-2" thick.

 

Somewhat like a roll of tape shape. See picture.

 

I wanted to take a chainsaw to chop a tree limb but dont have the tools to make this nicely.

Even thought about repurposing a old cutting board. Lol.

 

Please let me know if anyone wants to make a few extra bucks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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6 hours ago, ooeric said:

Hey.  Asking here first for fellow members before i need to look for a woodshop. Which is crazy hard in NYC.

 

Im looking to have a wooden wheel made. End product looks like a bushing. A big donut shape. Square edge is best. No need for round sides. 

 

Does anyone here turn wood or have the tools to make a few as a hobbyist?  I have basic wood tools but cant make something like this.

 

I need it to be about 7" in diameter.

Inside hole about 4.75"

About 1.5"-2" thick.

 

Somewhat like a roll of tape shape. See picture.

 

I wanted to take a chainsaw to chop a tree limb but dont have the tools to make this nicely.

Even thought about repurposing a old cutting board. Lol.

 

Please let me know if anyone wants to make a few extra bucks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

20210223_120535.jpg

What kind of wood does it have to be made from ?

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ill close this. 

i was surprised when i was talking to my neighbor, he whipped out a cut out tool and a big hole saw.
he fabricated me a wheel from two pieces of 3/4 ply stacked together.  took him only 10 minutes.

Thanks for the interest.

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