|Project by Schwieb||posted 03-06-2012 02:15 AM||1990 views||4 times favorited||16 comments|
I had an opportunity to venture into a slightly different and specialized woodworking project recently as a return favor for a childhood friend of my wife, Heidi. He wanted a cigar humidor, so I did a little research and learned that the basic idea here is a box that controls humidity; a box inside of a box was the plan. The inside box is best made out of Spanish Cedar and the outside box is supposed to be pretty, usually veneered. I searched on Ebay and found some cedar; then dug around in the shop and found some Mahogany and Brazilian Walnut for the outside box. This was also my first experience with quadrant hinges; these are beautiful hinges but a little bit of a challenge to install. There is no finish on the Spanish Cedar liner, but the outside box has about 10 coats of lacquer and is rubbed out and polished with wax. The center partition is made so it is adjustable. The box is about 12” x 10” x 5” this is about a 40 count cigar humidor size.
-- Dr. Ken, Florida - Durch harte arbeit werden Träume wahr.