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Old 06-28-2014, 04:36 PM   #1
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Cut from 3/4 Pine ( box body ), 1/16 Poplar ( Box top and bottom ) and 1/16 Mahogany ( horse ), Bamboo ( hinge pins ). This is a relatively simple box to make and since the lid is pinned in place there is no danger of someone putting it on wrong or loosing it. The back of the box has a slight 3/16" 45 Degree chamfer to allow the lid to open. The lid has a 1/16 radius relief on the bottom back corner to allow the lid to open without interfering with the opening. This box was sealed with tung oil and then top coated with shellac.


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Old 06-28-2014, 05:09 PM   #2
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Thanks DW for posting these pictures. I haven't seen a box like that before. It is interesting. I think I will give one a try.
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You surely have a way of making a statement with the natural wood grain as well as developing some very unique and beautiful projects.
Your horse makes me really appreciate the possibilities with a scroll saw.
Well done .....
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Nicely done.
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Sweet little box DW. What is the overall size?
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Nice box, I like the way it opens.
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Sweet little box DW. What is the overall size?
The box is 3 in x 5 in.

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Great project, DW. Your lid design is super.
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