by Dremel ®
Tools & Accessories
124” x 6” Pine board
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To reduce the risk of injury user must read instruction manuals for all tools used in this project. Wear eye and respiratory protection. Use clamps to support work piece whenever practical.
Start by designing your pattern on tracing paper, or use our “19th Hole” design, making sure the design will fit on your pine board. Cover the entire design with graphite, so in the next step it transfers to the board easily. Hint: Be sure to purchase the board with a routed edge, which can be found at craft stores.
Next, place the tracing paper on the pine board with the graphite side facedown, and transfer the design to the board by following the outline with pencil through the tracing paper.
Using your Dremel tool and engraving accessory, follow the pattern transferred into the wood, creating a clean edge to the design. Then, sand the remaining outer portion of the wood by again following the pattern transferred to the board.
After removing any dust, paint the board and add any embellishments preferred. Once dry, hang it up to give a name to your at-home bar!
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