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Old 05-13-2011, 01:38 AM   #1
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Still catching up on posting my projects since getting into this hobby early this year.

Curves Box. From the book "Box-Making Projects for the Scroll Saw" by Gary MacKay. 3 1/4" long by 3 3/4" high by 3 3/4" deep. Made from radiata pine and mahogany. Finished with tung oil finish and rub-on poly.

The pulls are tapered screw hole buttons.
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Excellent Box Ron. I like the wood choices. Is the Radiata Pine hard to work with?

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The wood is so pretty , got my vote ........
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Sweeeeet job Ron, thanks for the picture and info on pattern.
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Excellent Box Ron. I like the wood choices. Is the Radiata Pine hard to work with?

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Thanks DW.

Radiata pine is very easy to work. And cheap. It is common in home improvement stores so there is a large amount to select from. It finishes well, at least with the material I use. Did I mention it is also cheap, good for practicing.
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