|Project by langski93||posted 12-07-2015 12:47 AM||1472 views||3 times favorited||7 comments|
I built the carcass about a year and half ago and only went back to it a couple of months ago. Other projects, life, work got in the way. I am pretty pleased with how it came out, but the next one will be better. Surprisingly the toughest part was to cut the M and T’s for the drawer guides and getting the guides to lay flat. I used pine with poor results, but had better results when I switched to some Maple and Cherry I had as scrap. I always have better results when I use hardwood for hand cut joinery. Do others feel the same? The toolbox is slightly larger than the plan called for and I have to build a stand for it. Its Cherry with Peruvian Walnut pulls. Tung Oil finish. Thanks for looking.
-- Langski, New Hampshire