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Old 05-17-2009, 11:24 AM   #1
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Default Round Four Dawer Box Finished

Some of yo may have seen the round four drawer box I posted in the work in progess section. Well I finished it and thought wanted to post it here. It made from Poplar and Red Oak the pattern is from Box-Making Projects for th scroll saw by Gary MacKay. I used Suede-Tex to line the drawers. It was really easy to use as I was told it would be and I think it really gave the project a special look. This was a ral fun project to make As I said in the other post there are a few things to need to be careful with. When you cut the front of the piece mark all the pieces front or back so that when you glue them on the gran pattern will flow right. I did not do this and had to unglue and reglue some of the drawer fronts, it wasn't to bad just 3. Also on this project it might be a good idea to mark the two center drawer parts left and right it will give you a better fit. One more thing when it comes to the Suede -Tex make sure to thing fit on parts like the drawers or you'll get some bleed through as I did, it not a big deal but it will make it look better. Any and all comments are welcome.
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Old 05-17-2009, 11:41 AM   #2
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THIS IS BEAUTIFUL DAN. I LOVE THE CONTRASTING COLORS. HOW BIG IT IS?

I JUST CAN'T GET THE CONTROL FROM MY BANDSAW TO MAKE THINGS LIKE THIS. AND A SCROLL SAW HAS LIMITS ON THE DEPTH AS YOU KNOW.


GREAT PIECE.


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Old 05-17-2009, 11:55 AM   #3
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Hay Hammer. Thanks for the complment. The finished box is 4-3/8" deep and 5-3/8" high. It's made up of 5 piece's of 3/4" poplar and 2 of 1/4" red oak. I used a #7 FD polar for the 3/4" stock and a #5 FD polar for the 1/4" stock. On I forgot to say that the little handles on the drawers are 1/4" Walnut.
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Very nicely done..I'm really happy you liked working with the suede tex I told you it was easy...hehehe It really sets the drawers off.
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Thanks Mike. I'm very happy with the look. I lined another box I made just to get the feel of how it went on. Our Daughter looked at and trying to find the seam. She thougth I had used felt as I have before. I wont be using it any more. Oh and Mike I some how knew you would say I told you so, I'm glad you did.
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My I told you so was in pure jest...You did a great job on the box. I really like the look and the finish.
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I know it was in jest, I thought I would have a little fun with you. Again thanks for the commplent.
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I'm sure happy you are back in the shop after your short hiatus. You do some really nice work, I can't get my band saw to behave that well. Looking forward to your next project.

Have a great week my friend.
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Dan, that is some piece of workmanship, it came out perfect and the suede tex does it justice. Awesome job.

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Thanks so much for the complament Mike. I'm glad you like it. I wish I would have tried Suede-Tex a long time ago.
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