Wooden Lazy Susan DIY

Wooden Lazy Susan DIY

In this Wooden Lazy Susan DIY video, I’ll show you how to make a Lazy Susan from wood. This DIY Lazy Susan is made up of 2 wooden round cutting board assembled with a turntable. I’ll also show you how to make a router circle cutting jig to cut circles with a router.



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· Food safe glue https://amzn.to/2RRXSOD
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John Bell says:

I liked the video because I truly liked it 🙂

Scriptminer says:

That looks really nice!

Carl Alm says:

Marie, it’s so refreshing to see a video that doesn’t have annoying music playing. Love the build too!

Paz Morris says:

You're soooo cool !! Your projects are amazing !! We would love to be your next door neighbors !! Lol.
Thanks for sharing .
☮ T & P Morris .

Ivo Kolarik says:

You should need only one hole through the bottom base to screw the hardware on

David Harvey says:

Looks amazing. What an awesome array of machinery. Not many DIYers have that kind of gear it has to be said.

Tyler Sanville says:

Are those hockey pucks? Go Habs!!!

Hubbys Creation says:

Awesome pattern for the cutting board, aka the top

Andy Baciocco says:

newbie question…why did you cut the ends off the raw lumber?

David's Dreadshop says:

This came out awesome. Liked and subscribed within the first 30 seconds. Thank you.

mike smith says:

Beautiful color and pattern on the lazy susan. When I make a lazy susan I router out the backside of the top board to a diameter 1/4" bigger than the bottom board and to a depth equal to the thickness of the bottom board. That gives it an effective look of hovering above the table by the thickness of the bearing.

Harry Davis says:

Very nice Marie. Great looking lumber. Very well done.

Nitin Sampathi says:

This is one of the best, most concise, helpful, and well produced DIY tutorials I've seen!

StuffUCanMake says:

You surprised me today. This is so good!!

Bruce A. Ulrich says:

Great looking lazy susan, Marie! I love the different wood species you chose and the pattern!

Terry Bodenhorn says:

Nice-looking and useful project. Thank you for posting.

Rafael Estrada says:

Am in love with walnut 😍

Evergreen Cottage says:

Awesome project!!

Barry Roberts says:

Nice build Marie, that spinning of the Lazy Susan, made my eyes go all weird ha ha ha.
Well Done again on the build, a thumbs up from me.
Barry (ENG)

My Honey's Handmade says:

Forgot to ask..where did you get your hardware? The one I made last year used Lowes lazy susan hardware.

My Honey's Handmade says:

Nice one. Looks great.

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