|Project by DaveFFMedic||posted 09-13-2016 03:55 PM||638 views||0 times favorited||6 comments|
A friend asked me to make a simple wooden box in which he could bury his Min-Pin. I had short notice, but I couldn’t just make a plain box. I decided to make the lid a little casket-like. This was my first attempt at a mitered frame and panel lid. I cut the miter joints on the table saw with my Super Accurate Crosscut Sled. The bevels were cut with the tenon jig on the table saw. All joints were dowel-reinforced. Cove molding was store-bought. Finish is spray polyurethane.
I mixed up the sequence of the frame pieces during glue-up. Fortunately, the miter cuts were close enough to not matter.