#29 candy box

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Project by cancharanay posted 09-11-2013 08:55 AM 1189 views 2 times favorited 10 comments Add to Favorites Watch

In this box, I noticed the problems of including mechanism in hexagonal pattern, so, the box haven´t any :-(
In this box, I confirmed the problems of joinery in 30 degrees, especially when you´re not an expert woodworker.
In this box, I made my last attempt to work inlaying veneer. I´ve seen what some artist can do in boxes and pictures, and decided that deffinitively wasn´t my road.

After all this was a pretty little box.

woods are lenga (box structure), nogal (walnut), sambuceiro and caoba

thanks for your comments. (in advance :-) )

-- Cancharanay, Exaltación de la Cruz, Argentina

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#1 posted 09-11-2013 09:25 AM

Learning, I guess that’s what it’s all about.
Nice little box….................

-- mike...............

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#2 posted 09-11-2013 01:43 PM

Keep up the good work…..

-- Dreaming patterns

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#3 posted 09-11-2013 02:18 PM

Nice project and it might be something that I want to try soon. I am certainly not an expert woodworker – just a novice, but the only way to get better is to try new things. This actually reminds me of 3 projects that I currently have going on. I found some samples of the tumbling block last week, and really like the pattern, so I am working on an end grain cutting board with it, but I did want to try my hand with inlays of it as well. As far at the joinery – I am not necessarily looking forward to my hand at 30 degree joints on a box. I am also currently making a chess board with edging and wasn’t happy with my 90 degree miters. Finally, is that a sliding dovetail box in the background? I just made a Steve Ramsey inspired sliding dovetail box. Seems like we have a bit in common :-)

-- Jay in Pennsylvania,

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#4 posted 09-11-2013 02:35 PM

Nice looking box. Good inlay work.

-- Dave, Downers Grove, Il. -------- When you run out of ideas, start building your dreams.

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#5 posted 09-11-2013 04:51 PM

Looks great!
Thanks for sharing

-- Safety first because someone needs you.

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#6 posted 09-12-2013 02:45 AM

I think it’s a very nice looking little box. Your boxes keep getting better and better, sometimes learning this type of work goes very slow then suddenly very fast. You have done very well, don’t be discouraged too easily.

-- Tom D

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#7 posted 09-12-2013 03:02 AM

Well, I wouldn’t give up on this kind of box. This one looks great!

-- Thanks for all the lessons!

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#8 posted 09-12-2013 10:03 AM

thanks to all

Tom. I´m veeeery persistent, dont´worry :-)
I told my impressions, because they´re important in the way they affect decisions
and decisions in my woodworking affects the next box. Is a very and funny road, sometimes ;-)

-- Cancharanay, Exaltación de la Cruz, Argentina

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#9 posted 09-12-2013 09:18 PM

It is a very pretty box and I admire the your determination!

-- Mother Nature talks, I try to listen

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#10 posted 09-16-2013 01:59 AM

What you learned will make your future boxes that much better. If you do not feel that this spectacular piece is not worth keeping, please send it to me.

-- Skilled craftsman are not cheap, cheap craftsman are not skilled. Bert, Wooster

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