|Project by fishbone||posted 03-29-2012 02:58 PM||1999 views||10 times favorited||14 comments|
I wanted to build something for my Grandson when I saw this case that Craig Bentzley designed and built for a spread in Woodcraft’s magazine, and decided to try it.
Another member built this as well (Woodscrap) and did a great job, which Craig complimented. He may be more harsh when he sees mine.
I’m still looking for the tool in my shop that wasn’t used on this project. I was tested in this build.
One problem developed when planning the Tiger Maple. Massive chip-out occurred, even with new blades. A local shop with a wide belt sander saved the wood. I had just enough meat left to clean up one side.
Great care was taken for the precision needed to have the drawers interchangeable as intended for display. Even with care, I spend hours tuning the drawers and slides.
Now, hopefully, I won’t see it posted on Ebay in a couple of months by my Grandson. LOL
Thanks for looking.
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