|Project by Rob||posted 09-11-2012 03:53 AM||1140 views||1 time favorited||11 comments|
Its been a while, but…
I thought I’d post a recent project of mine for you to see.
This is a box I made for a chap who collects watches. He needed a box with 10 compartments each of which has a 4” x 4” black leatherette pillow for the watches to be clipped onto. There are three timbers in the box. The carcass is Curly Jarrah (West Australia) as is the lid panel, The compartment dividers are Birds eye Huon Pine (Tasmania) and the lid edging is Fiddle back Tasmanian Blackwood. The box is finished with Wattyl Teak oil, burnished to give durability to the finish, and “Traditional Wax” from UBeaut.
The tools used were Generic Band saw, table saw and thicknesser, KS120, ETS150/3, DTS400, TS75 and a generic router table and Triton Router.