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Project No. 5

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Project No. 5The design is taken from Taunton's Basic Box Making. The bottom is mitered paduak with ebony splines. The top is walnut. Measures 3” x 3” x 3”. Hope you enjoy.



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FORT GRASS HILL

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FORT GRASS HILLAnother keepsake /jewelry box for a surprise to a friends wife .
I started this box several month ago and I finally come up the with a design details that I was happy with.
The box is made from a piece of maple flooring that I planed to 9/16” to remove the grooves on backside and some walnut trim .
The top is router textured and installed a pair of 10mm SOSS hinges for the lid .
The tray is a simple two compartment divided by a very simple lift handle .
Wipe on POLY is the finish which I like as it is so easy to work with and three coats gave a nice result in no time .Enjoy the pictures and honest comments are always welcome .Klaus



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1 more for Santa's bag

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1 more for Santa's bagThis is for the the green thumb in the family. For succulents and other such plants that don't need a lot of water.I made some extra rings when I made this, so this didn't take much time to put together.For the insulator collectors among us, it's an Armstrong DP1. Flea market find from the good old days.Wood jaws are the way to go when doing something like this. I think that I can hold most anything in wood jaws.3 rings of 32 segments each, glued assembled on the lathe.I used hot glue to attach the insulator. It set up quickly. I put it in the microwave to heat up so that I could set it level.4 & 3/4” at base x 4 & 1/2” tall. Mohawk Dead Flat lacquer



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