The bit holder is a standard 1/4" hex magnetic bit holder you'd use with a cordless drill/driver, I get them from B&Q in the UK but any big box DIY store will carry them. The brass ring is just a small piece of brass tube that I cut with a plumber's pip cutter.
I start by drilling a roughly 1" deep 10mm hole using a forstner bit into the end of the blank, then I drill a 7mm hole into the bottom of that one to accommodate the 1/4" hex shaft of the magnetic bit holder.
I then chuck the blank onto a live ring centre and a cone centre tailstock (cone into the 10mm hole).
Next is to make the blank round and turn the tenon to take the brass ring. I use a parting tool and callipers to bring it down to size. Then I remove the blank and fit the brass ring.
The blank is then re-mounted on the lathe, and I turn the handle.
This photo is the one I made for my dad last night, they're never exactly the same.
Take care and stay safe,
Last edited by GrantCrawley.uk; 06-07-2020 at 04:29 AM.
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