how about marine or aircraft grade plywood so you can get the strength of
the multi directional grains in the lamination?
just a guess.
i bet a local boat shop has a discarded piece just about the right size for
From Geoff Branch <gjbranch at comcast.net>
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Date: Wednesday, February 04, 2004 4:05 PM
Subject: Re: Thor Hammer / eared knock off spinners!
>I think you are going to split the oak. Wood splits very easily
>Think about using a product called "baltic birch" plywood (there are
>other names too). It's many layers, like 13 or so as I remember, in 3/4"
>thickness. It's tough as nails, and won't have the tendency to split like