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That is an attention grabber :) These are mostly Peltier ,if you see any i need to post in id section for second opinion let me know . These stands are quick ,cheap and easy to make and you can add on with a bigger one on the bottom .Still needs sanding and staining . :)

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Great idea. Seriously great idea for those of us on a budget. Very nice.

"if you see any i need to post in id section for second opinion"

The blackish one, 2nd from left, on the front board, piqued my curiousity. I'm also a little curious about the one next to it on the edge of the board. Would want to pick that one up and give it a spin if I were in the room with you.

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Are you using a rounded tip drill bit for these? And do you use a drill press?

I've often wondered about doing something like you did, but with only a drill motor I worry that it would make a wobbly hole.

That is a great way to use up all those scrap pieces of wood we all seem to have lying around.

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Thanks for replies, good catch on the marble in question ,it is in my id files ided as Vitro cobalt ,whoops .I replaced it with a Peltier this hopefully .Steph will take pic of the far left one tomorrow. Ally op ,no drill press ,cordless drill just drill small hole first then a big one (round tip bits) ,as i said this needs sanded ,i drilled too fast ,too much pressure and bit was dull as well , made holes raggedy .

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