In one of pictures I will show how I made it with ingenuity on my part. I made a vertical lathe using a drill press. Typically a lathe has a part chucked up on one end and then a holding point on the other to keep the part steady. In this case it was all about taking ones time and moving slowly.
After cutting the rough cut with on a table saw I then cut the head off a deck screw, drill a hole in the piece so it wouldn't split and chucked it up in the drill press. Starting at the lowest speed, about 590 rpm, I carefully cut the sides down to size and smoothness while holding different types of files. As it smoothed out I increased the speed to the maximum of 3050rpm.
More pieces for the brother to deal with;-)))
Drill press in stopped position. Notice dust....notice files
Spinning, spinning, spinning. Room lighting, high ISO, lowest f-stop and you get the chuck key holes visible with noticeable motion as well as the round thing a ma jig.....hint, not a wheel.
Last shot for now. There is no motion, I just blurred the surrounding area allowing me to highlight the round thing a ma jig. Key part of the puzzle with a lot of detail in it when completed.