Central Oregon Woodworkers (COWS) Pandora's Other Box Project

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Blog series by Lee Barker updated 07-12-2011 05:08 PM 3 parts 15439 reads 1 comment total

Part 1: The box.

07-12-2011 04:56 PM by Lee Barker | 1 comment »

The Specs: 18 inches wide, 14 1/2 high, 10 3/4 front to back. Half inch Baltic. 2238 cubic inches. The Rules: 1. You must get the project, sealed in the box, to the next meeting, no matter what. 2. You cannot remove anything from the project except to mortise, rout, trim, etc. to make what you are adding fit. 3. All hardware used to add your part to the project must be hidden unless the hardware is an aesthetic part of your addition. 4. Whatever you add to the project be...

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Part 2: Four Side Views

07-12-2011 05:00 PM by Lee Barker | 0 comments »

The box was opened at our annual picnic meeting, scheduled the month before the Deschutes County Fair at which the box and its contents will be displayed in Open Class Woodworking.

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Part 3: Detail Shots

07-12-2011 05:08 PM by Lee Barker | 0 comments »

If you have questions about dimensions or details or species, ask away. One comment in the log from George Blackman: “I thought it looked like an aquarium so I added some fish.” The material oozing through the brick wall, by Greg Fulton, is colored epoxy. The little box on the bottle, by Al Braccini, has a movable lid. The small toy top, by Renee Atkinson, is removable and really works! Mike Ross has a laser engraver. That’s “Deschutes Brewery” o...

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