Dave Hair's Casserole Carrier made with the blackToe CNC Router
Dave Hair shows off another creation made with his modified version of the blackToe 2x4. This time he's made an adjustable casserole carrier that is both simple to make and quite practical.
Dave Hair's latest project is a simple casserole carrier. As with his previous design, he's also made the files available (for private use only of course).
Dave says "This simple casserole carrier is used to take food to our dinner club and it is so handy that the other members wanted one also. My wife uses them as auction items for fund raising for her various civic activities. They cost about $10 to make and a couple of hours time.
I make mine on a CNC router, but that is really overkill – except for the precision of hole positioning and depth control and I can make them over and over again very quickly.
Basic dimensions are 15.5 inches by 9 inches by 3.375 inches. The pegs are 0.25 inches diameter and the hole spacing is 0.75 inches. The wood is poplar, as are the pegs – easily available at Lowes or Home Depot."
We look forward to seeing what Dave is going to make next!