Last night I finished another little shop improvement project, a frame for my Starrett poster. Other than the Lexan protecting the poster, the frame cost nothing to make, as it’s made from scrap hard maple and plywood. The finish is my favorite quick to apply finish, two coats of Watco Danish oil. The only thing I should have done differently, was use Plexiglass, because real Lexan was a lot more expensive than I remember it being.
If you’re into machining, and you don’t already have a poster, I highly recommend you pick one up, as you can get it for free from Starrett if you make an account with them.