|Project by canadianchips||posted 03-02-2012 02:13 PM||1037 views||1 time favorited||10 comments|
I was inspired by an LJ’r asking help to make this profile. I thought it was a great piece that might sell at a craft show. The only way to know is to MAKE MY OWN. I use a modified #35 to make the hollow profile. Before I started with the round I scribed a line where I wanted to start,used my snipe to deepen the groove, then used a 1 1/4” width round to finish of the upper profile. A bead plane was used for bottom trim, The backside has a 1/8 dado to accept the bottom of the box.
GALOOT ? NO !
I cut the miters on a power miter saw, the inside groove to accept the lid was made on router table.
After I completed all the cuts I assembled it, using pneumatic pin nailer. NEXT time I am going to fasten corners with wooden dowels, Nail holes in pine are hard to hide !
Thanks for looking !
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