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Artisan Toothpick Holder Kit

Artisan Toothpick Holder Kit
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Artisan Toothpick Holder Kit


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    This versatile Artisan® Toothpick Holder can be used for toothpicks, emergency money, matches, or any other use you can come up with.
  • Plated food safe components
  • Jewelry grade plating
  • 7/8" dia. split ring

  • Specifications:
    Finished size: 1/2" x 3-1/4"
    Inside size: 11/32" dia. x 2-7/8"
    Minimum blank size: 3/4" x 3/4" x 2-1/2"

    Project components (blank not included)

    Items needed to complete:
    Drill bit: 27/64"
    Bushings: Artisan® Toothpick & Perfume Holder Bushings
    7mm Pen mandrel
    Barrel trimmer head
    Pilot shaft: 27/64"

    Replacement items:
    Brass tube: Artisan® Toothpick & Perfume Holder Tube
    Artisan® Split Ring
    Components (if available): Call (800) 551-8876
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Nice kit with one complaint.

Comments On Jul 24, 2018:I picked up a few of these kits to try them out. Overall the quality is great. The on thing I find lacking is there is no O-ring like the apprentice kit has. The O-ring helps seal and keep the lid screwed on. At 2X the price point compared to the apprentice version, this is a little disappointing that they skimped on an o-ring that costs pennies.

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Nice but how practical?

Comments On Feb 24, 2016:I made 6 of these out of hickory, walnut, red oak and cherry using the gold components. They are easy and quick to turn. They finish nicely and look pretty cool. I gave them 4 stars for 2 reasons. 1) It feels big in my pocket to carry toothpicks. I'm also concerned if it's in a pocket with anything else, the finish will likely get scuffed over time. My wife doesn't want anything else in her purse so she likely won't carry one around either. So, is a toothpick holder really that practical or more of a novelty item? 2) The instructions call for 3/4" blanks. Using a 27/64 bit in a 3/4" blank doesn't leave a lot of room for drilling slightly off center. Since I have problems drilling perfectly straight, I used some 1" blanks I had laying around. 7/8" would probably be OK also. With the larger blank there is a little more to turn down but I didn't waste any blanks with crooked holes. If you can consistently drill really straight holes, you'll be fine with the 3/4" blanks. (Yes, I have a drill press, with a drill press vise and I level each blank front/back and side/side yet even then, not every hole is perfectly centered on both ends.)

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Artisan Toothpick Holder Kit

Comments On Nov 07, 2013:Made both Apprentice and Artisan versions. I keep the artisans for myself and family.

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