|Project by UncleSnail||posted 01-31-2010 05:33 AM||1843 views||1 time favorited||10 comments|
The one in front is a hinged oak with walnut inlays. In the rear left is my all oak with a sliding drawer. Drawer is poplar. Right rear is spanish cedar bottom and top and pine sides. Thats my first time to hollow the sides. Turned out “decent”. I did that by running the sides across the TS blade at a 45 degree angle….pushing it along a clamped wood board at 45 across the TS Table. A lot of scraping and sanding were required after wards.
Here are a few more pics ….maybe a little closer up. These boxes are joined using basic miters. Bottoms and tops are rabbeted for inset into the box. I am going to attempt box jointing soon…..may the force be with me. LOL. ‘Probably buy a dovetail/box joint jig….any suggestions? I am leaning toward the porter cable 4212. I would appreciate any and all suggestions concerning this. Thanks, Dale
-- Dale, Michigan, firstname.lastname@example.org....sharp objects scare me.....my wife scares me too.