|To ringe laves med to str. kopbor, hvorefter den ene ring åbnes med to snit, så den får U-form|
For "Small Boat Projects"-bloggens skyld:
One of our projects have included creating a "wet room" in the boat - ie. a place where we can hang wet foul weather gear without having it making anything else wet. For this to dry quickly hangers are better than hooks where the clothes get more folded. We’ve made some modifications to the interior design, shielding the nav station from the “wet room” but when it was time to mount the desired hanger rod it proved to be difficult to find some suitable hardware for this purpose (which could pass quality control for both aesthetics, sturdiness and correct dimensions) - but what does a handy woman do then? She recycles a piece of teak, who once served as a step in the old staircase (from before the installation of the new engine) - and by using two sizes of cup drills, a drilling machine, a saw, some sandpaper, and six layers of varnish, the problem has been solved in true DIY style.
Two rings were made by drilling with the bigger cup first and the smaller second. One ring was opened with two cuts so it became U-shaped. Then sanding, making holes for screws and varnishing. The rod is also recycled, bought at IKEA many years ago and now sawn in the right length to fit the space between the two walls. And yes, of course, it’s stainless steel :-)