Bette Santana Table Lamp November 10th, 2018 - 20:12:20
this Southwest candle holder featuring the fertility deity Kokopelli. In addition to being a relatively simple project. This can also be a good way to use small scraps of one by and thin wood you might have lying around for the base of the candle holder. I used 3/4 inch thick material. There are two main elements on the base. First is a rectangle that will serve as a pocket or mortise to form the attachment for the Kokopelli.
It measures 1/2 inch wide by 0.3 to 5 inches high. This height, though, needs to be close to the thickness of whatever wood will be used for the flute player, so adjustments should be made if necessary. This area is pocketed to a depth of 3/8 of an inch using 1/8 inch bit. The circular vector represents the area that will hold the tea light candle. I have the diameter set to be slightly larger than that of the candle for the tool patting. I pocketed to a depth of one half of an inch using a quarter inch down cut to form the edges of the base.
I created a profile tool path using a quarter, inch radius point cutting round over a bit. The depth was set to one-quarter of an inch and machine vectors were set to on. Lastly, the base was cut out using an outside profile, with a quarter inch down cut, the Kokopelli vector was created by manually tracing a photograph. This vector, however, didn't include a tenon which is needed to join it to the base, so I created a rectangle with the same half-inch width as the mortise and a height equal to its 3/8 inch depth. This was then aligned with the bottom of the foot and approximately centered.
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