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Project by lunn posted 529 days ago 797 views 1 time favorited 9 comments Add to Favorites Watch

After posting a pict of a safe i made in walnut. Someone wanted to see the ones i did in mullberry. Just a clear coat over the natural color no stain etc. The tins are made from 5 v roofing tin i punch myself.

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MadeinMT

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#1 posted 529 days ago

Beautiful. Love pie safes.

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Monte Pittman

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#2 posted 529 days ago

Looks very nice. I like the color.

-- Mother Nature created it, I just assemble it. - It's not ability that we often lack, but the patience to use our ability

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#3 posted 529 days ago

Beautiful pie safes. Very nice craftsmanship.

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#4 posted 529 days ago

very nice

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#5 posted 529 days ago

A very nice pie safe,super work.

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#6 posted 529 days ago

Nice pieces.

How long does it take to layout and punch that much tin? It looks great!

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#7 posted 529 days ago

Fantastic pie safe, like the design, build and the tin floral punches added a special touch to it.

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lunn

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#8 posted 529 days ago

It’s harder to cut the tin into squares because of the ribs than punch the holes. For the holes, found a pattern i liked. made a die using 7/8 stock for the top and 3/4 for the bottom. Glued the pattern to the top board and drilled the holes thru both to use 1” concrete nails (loose). Place a board on 3 sides of the bottom to hold it square, clamp it down and start driveing the nails. Measure the nails , want them all the same lenght so you won’t have drifferent size holes. If you want a antique look, pickle them in muratic acid about 40% water 60% be careful it will burn your skin and don’t inhale the vapors. Only takes a few min. so have to watch.

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#9 posted 528 days ago

Very cool!

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