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Turning Coffee beans into a rolling pin

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On this episode of Bens Worx I cast coffee beans in epoxy resin to make a rolling pin. I left it to cure in the pressure pot and then turned it on the lathe, I polished it up with some Yorkshire grit on the buffing wheel.

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