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Old 01-25-2013, 02:16 PM   #1
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A few of my attempts at band saw boxes. Live oak and orange tree
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If you call these "attempts" I would like to see one that you were serious about. I think these are fantastic.
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Thank you, but pictures do hide the beginners flaws.
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Very nicely done. Thanks for sharing them with us.


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I like the designs of the boxes....first attempt you say...now onto larger boxes.
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Very good job, be careful these boxes will cause you to lay awake at night figuring out how you want to make the next one. I've made several since I got my 14" Jet band saw and have really enjoyed them. Keep up the good work.
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Your band saw boxes look great! I like them all. Okie is correct, once you make some, you keep thinking about how to design the next one. LOL

"Flaws" are creative artistry, remember that.

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You will be hard pressed to find wood with more character than those. Great job!
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May I ask what size and numberof teeth of the blade you used?

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well done they look cool to me
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