|Project by MichaelT77||posted 01-11-2014 07:30 PM||611 views||0 times favorited||7 comments|
A small box made of cherry. No matter how I try to keep things aligned and in tune, mitered corners are always a challenge for me ( and I didn’t want to take the time to cut dove tails). The bottom is a piece of poplar. It’s captured in grooves. I may lay a piece of adhesive backed cork or something on the bottom. The tray was an afterthought. All cherry. Again, challenging mitered corners. Very close tolerances. It accounts for half the depth of the box. The tray just floats down onto corner stops as the air escapes around the side. That’s the most entertaining part of the completed project. Shellac finish. I may have done a few things differently if I could get past my impatience and my inclination to design projects on the fly.
-- Michael T, Pittsburgh, PA