So after much thought I’ve decided to do some inlay on the panel for the lid to the jewelry box. Here I’m routing the negative space for that inlay. The next step is to fit the cherry into the grooves I cut. Finally all cleaned up and dry fit into…
In the Shop
This is simple yet effective way to get measurements for panels when doing boxes. Easily transferred to the saw!
Someday I’m going to have to take the time to learn to cut dovetails by hand. Until then I’ll trust my Leigh jig to do it for me!
I wrapped up the maple and walnut burl box over the weekend and I had hoped to get pictures of it but just flat ran out of time and had to get it packed for shipping. I did manage to get one shot of it in the shop though!
Back on the maple box again today! Here I’m planing the edges of the walnut burl veneer for the top! Once I get it glued and cleaned up I’ll share some pictures of it. It has some crazy figure to it!
Back on the maple box today. Here I’m fine tuning the miters to get that perfect fit! #woodworking #tucson #woodworker
After squaring the ends I cut the miters on the table saw using my miter sled!
Squaring up the ends before I miter them. I’m working on a commissioned box today of maple and walnut burl.
Yeah! I finished the compressors new home! I’m happy to get the noisy thing out of the shop! Need to do a lot of cleaning now and then back to making furniture!
I put the first coat of paint on the new compressor shed today! I’ll be happy to get this wrapped up and get back to building furniture!