|Project by lysdexic||posted 11-13-2012 03:25 AM||4873 views||6 times favorited||32 comments|
This is a project that I completed about a year ago. However, I noticed the Roy Underhill has released an episode of The Woodwright’s Shop dedicated to this box. He calls it The Eleven Groove Box
It is based on a one day course that I attended at the Woodwright’s School called Planes for Joinery. It really is a fascinating course and if you are a galoot who loves the Stanley #45, then this course is for you. You out there Mos?
When you start the stock is already milled to thickness and width. We used a variety of hand tools….
#248 (not used in the video)
Moving fillester rabbet plane
Miller Falls or Stanley box
block, jack and smoothing planes
marking gauges and chisels
I wondered if maybe I was giving away any of his intellectual property away by this post but I realized that this is like giving a free Walt Disney vacation by showing a slide show.
Here are some pics…...........
That is Bill Anderson to the left who also teaches at the school. I’d love to take his course on making a panel raising plane.
This is Roy’s glue up clamp and the second pictures is how it looked at the end of the day.
After I brought it home, I cut the lid off and glued the “lips” for the lid.
-- "It's only wood. Use it." - Smitty