I made this rack for displaying shark tooth fossils. Maybe someone could find other uses for it as well. It is designed for 1/8 inch material. This file is NOT kerf corrected so that it can be used with other materials with correction as needed. I usually use proof grade acrylic with good results.
Very cool! Thanks for sharing it!
(You ought to show a pic of the sharks teeth, I like seeing fossilized displays.)
I will definitely do so!
Thanks for this! Would work for spice shelf or miniatures display as well
Thanks. Having no shark tooth fossils, I will find another use for this fine file.
Dude… you need some shark teeth
I have lived many years, and never had a shark tooth fossil. I have had arrowheads, petrified wood and a trilobite but I don’t think those count for much. I shall press on.
If you manage to get to Venice Beach Florida there are many fossils and some shark teeth.
Though heavy hunting has changed the mix The tiny Coquina clams are usually many bright colors and white ones rare, but there they are almost all white as folks gather them up and keep the colored ones and toss the white ones back. Many fossils wash ashore also but mostly it is the shark teeth that get removed from the mix.
Thank you for sharing your work!
Oh that’s a nice collection! (I had one that my dad gave me when we were kids but I think my brother got it.)