Bottle Opener with purchased insert
This is a simple bottle opener I created in Fusion 360, to cut out with my Shaper Origin
Files included (1)
3/4" wood 8" long x 3" wide
bootle opener insert
Shaper Origin, 1/4 bit (engraving bit if engraving is desired)
1/4 bit supplied by Shaper for all cuts
Cut the hole for the string. This was a helix cut all the way thru the stock
Cut the outside of the two circles for the bottle opener insert.
I started with a depth of .04. I pocketed out the circle, adjusting offset each cut, testing insert until there was a tight fit.
Next was to get the depth flush. I adjusted depth slowly, testing the insert again, until I had a flush fit.
Now cut the inner of the two circles. This cut is made so that the bootle cap has a void to fit into the opener.
This depth could be a tight fit for the bottle cap to fit, up to a thru cut. However you would like yours to look. I ended up going with a thru cut for looks and I really like the way it turned out.
Using an outside cut, cut around the OD of the opener. I did this at a 1/4" at a time until thru.
Sand. Make sure the bottle opener has a good feel in your hands
Stain to whatever finish you would like.
Layout insert, drill pilot holes for screws and install insert
I ended up cutting another piece from copper, and glued it to the top. I engraved a logo on it that I already had uploaded onto my shaper hub. Centering of logo was done on tool.
Bottle opener insert was purchased on amazon,
20 Pack Stainless Steel Round Bottle Opener Inset Kit Hardware Parts