The lid is the most “visible” part of these boxes. I’ve been making mitered frames with panel centers. Some times a mirror on the inside, other times I use veneer. Options would be to make a panel similar to the base or choose...
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The base of this box is where anyone can “go wild” with design options. The basics are simple, a frame with lap joints, filled with a plywood panel. The feet are simple squares. A pdf file with dimensions for the base can be found h...
I’ve had several inquiries for plans or more info into the details of my exposed finger joint boxes I’ve been building of late. Plans get complex and are often best explained in some detail, hence this project blog. Lots of pictures...
Here we are with a etching acid resist applied to the PCB: Next step….. EtchingSimply stated, the etching process needs to remove any copper that is not protected by the resist applied during the previous steps. Copper is very reactive...
So now I have an image mask and a copper plated panel with a layer of dried photo resist. Next up is to get the image onto the copper by exposing it to the proper light. The LightDifferent brands/types of photo resist require different waveleng...