|Project by jaykaypur||posted 890 days ago||1570 views||3 times favorited||9 comments|
I have had this idea for a while now and I have read, searched, and googled but could not find an example of a wooden one anywhere. It took me a while to get this figured out and working but I finally got it done.
I cut a chunk off of a cedar log to a workable piece measuring 3 1/2’’ x 2 3/4’’ x 12’’ and then 45’d the middle out and glued it into an “L”. It’s finished with Howards Feed- n – Wax and buffed. Left the inside unfinished. I may attach a lid lift in the front 90 degree corner. I would appreciate any info on other examples of this type of corner “wooden” hinge if anyone has any experience with them. Thanks for looking.
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