|Project by odie||posted 11-21-2007 07:23 PM||13369 views||39 times favorited||28 comments|
I have been making this box design for about 12 years. A lot of you will recognize the tool used as the INCRA JIG for the double-double dovetail corners. The corners take about three days alone to finish. I fully assemble the box and then cut it open on the table saw. An 1/8 of an inch in the dovetail joint has to be added where the cut is to be made. The top floats in the sides like a raised panel for expansion. The dividers can be removed for cleaning, or rearanged sum what for convenience. There is a tray with dividers that are glued in place. The ladies like to pick up the tray by the dividers. The box has a 6 coat spayed on lacquer finish. The grain shows and it is not mirror like. This is the finish I prefer. I am very proud of the fact that INCRA has posted this box in their photo gallery on there site. The woods used are Mahogany, Peruvian Walnut, and Maple.
You can see more of my work at my site http://www.dustnlint.com
PS…I have been asked by a few “how is it hinged?”... Answer = Bealle round hinges
Addition of approx. size…. 13” x 9” x 4”
-- Odie, Confucius say, "He who laughs at one's self is BUTT of joke". http://woodstermangotwood.blogspot.com/ (my funny blog)