And lastly, today, it needed a relief hole for the supply tube, to line up with the top channel. I bored it out with a 3/4" wood bit in my cordless drill. And it even lines up! (Miracles will never cease.)
So that's all for today folks. Next step, final sand and coat. Think I'll be rubbing in some tung oil. All in all, I guess it'll work. It has some machining and design flaws, and not sure if I'ld change them, if I made another, or had to do it over. One thing that kinda bugs me is this. Maybe you fine people can help me with this "opinion".
In the photo below, the pencil points to an area that I'm not thrilled with. It's where the top edge, meets the base. The top is rounded over, and the base has a sharp line on the edges. Should I round out the line on the bottom corners, or leave it as is. To me, it looks like a square peg, in a round hole. Maybe it's just me being stupid.
(Now that I see my machining error in the cove cut depths, I think I'll be rounding it over, so the error won't be so noticeable. (This is between me and you. Don't tell anyone.