Treadle Lathe – Feet

photo of three foot piecesWork on something else while epoxy cures on the boat, or while waiting for the shop to be warm enough for epoxy work.

Bookmatched laminated Douglas Fir construction lumber can be made to look reasonably decent. The bookmatching here is the result of ripping a 2×8 directly along a center line and folding it in upon itself to laminate. The top surfaces of these feet are the new edges exposed by the rip.

Yes, same curves on the other ends.

2 Responses to “Treadle Lathe – Feet”

  1. The Village Carpenter Says:

    Very nice attention to detail! That will be a nice surprise for people who are admiring your lathe.

  2. Bob Says:

    Thanks Kari!