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Made from a block of walnut, inlay initial using Inlace.
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#1 posted 04-11-2011 04:44 PM
Nice little ring box, I like the two ring style, the walnut is beautiful, thanks for sharing
-- It's Mic Keep working and sharing
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#2 posted 04-11-2011 06:18 PM
What a nice box :)
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#3 posted 04-11-2011 07:02 PM
-- If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music which he hears, however measured or far away. Henry David Thoreau
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#4 posted 04-12-2011 01:46 PM
Nice Ring Box how did you do the hinge on the box? I am interested in how you did the inlays also. I’m working on inlays presently and I’m always looking for tips and tricks to do the job. Thanks for sharing.
-- ~ Guy Woodward, Pflugerville Texas
#5 posted 04-12-2011 03:36 PM
the hinges are quite simple. I git mine at Woodcraft. Just cut a small chamfer in the back of the base and the lid, that will serve as a stop. The initials were routed with a drememl using a 3/32 bit attached to a router base, bit and base were both obtained at Stewart-McDonald. The inlay material is an epoxy type product called Inlace and is very easy to work with.
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