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cannonfodder (original poster)
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#1551: Post by cannonfodder (original poster) »

Two portafilter handles and a group head handle for a Decent Espresso machine in cocobolo with a gloss finish.

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#1552: Post by Willinak »

cannonfodder wrote:Two portafilter handles and a group head handle for a Decent Espresso machine in cocobolo with a gloss finish.
Exactly what I would want. Very nice Cannon...

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#1553: Post by cannonfodder (original poster) »

Decent espresso machine handles in walnut, one standard portafilter, one slayer style portafilter, one machine handle in the stock shape/size, and a quarter sawn curly white oak box jointed knock box holder for a rattleware knock box insert.



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#1554: Post by Peppersass »

That box is insane. Beautiful!

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#1555: Post by slybarman »

cannonfodder wrote:This one took a while. The owner wanted a shelf to hold his Lyn Weber Bean Cellar tubes. The problem was finding a way of mounting the thin shelf to the wall since you cannot have supports under it and a simple hanger would not hold. Went with a special floating shelf bracket machined from aluminum. It will give the shelf a floating appearance once mounted to the wall. That bracket is rated for near 100 pounds so holding a 3-pound shelf and coffee beans should be no issue. Also 2 portafilter handles and one machine handle for a Decent Espresso, Niche Zero grinder base, tumbler holder, and 4 feet all in a gloss finished Macassar Ebony.

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A French cleat would work as well.

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#1556: Post by cannonfodder (original poster) »

Too small for a french cleat. You need weight to hold it down on the cleat and it adds an inch or so of extra depth/length unless you have an open back box that it can recess into. That shelf is too light, it would lift right off and fall down.
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#1557: Post by slybarman » replying to cannonfodder »

I've seen some very light weight aluminum strip french cleats, and some you can lock on, but agree on the depth.

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#1558: Post by cannonfodder (original poster) »

Few curly maple caps for Monolyth coffee grinders.

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#1559: Post by jinrowang »

This is some crazy stuffs! Beautifully done!

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#1560: Post by cannonfodder (original poster) »

Ironwood burl for a Bezzera Strega lever espresso machine and a handle for a 3-Bomber leveling tool. Nice burl.



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