Just a few more pics, showing the finished carcasses and the inserted lids.I cut grooves inside the boxes, top and bottom to fit the base and the coved lid.
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Now half way through the order for 45 boxes… update now 47 on order… This is what 20 boxes start out as… The camphor began as a slab… after dressing and resawing to just under 10 mm the boards are cut in a specific s...
As promised, a blog on the steps [or most of them] to take a slab to dimensional timber required for fine box making.. in picture form…Cross cut to approximate length. Run through thicknesses… no need for jointing this stock [it is ...
Roughly 200 board feet of Tasmanian Blackwood… got it this week from Trevor… he was having a bit of a clear out… so I got it for a very good price…There was also some African Mahogany, Melaluca, celery top pine and myrt...
Recently I was sent a link to Instructables.com… They made an end grain tessellated chopping board… cut with a 400 W laser… My laser is only 80 W so I cut some thinner timber…long grain Rosewood actually… ...