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Here is another little box which demonstrates the three main methods of routing, table, hand held and ski mounted, it also shows the fitting of a square inlay and the making of a template for this purpose. I hope that there are viewers who will design and make their own boxes and post them for all to see and admire.
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We now make a template for the inlay cut-out, as you will see, I didn't give this enough thought!
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I have no idea why the order of photos. is all mixed up, they were up loaded in the correct sequence, I think this is something that Mark should take a look at, but at least they are numbered.


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Very NICE Harry

You did a nice job on that one ... so what do you think of the box joint jig from Oak-Park

I know you won one (3/8"), in the contest, did you send off for the other two ?, the 1/4" one works great for SMALL boxes... you may want to give it a go also...

If you can't order them from down under let me know a I will get them for you and then send them on to you...


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Considering that you were upside down when you made it the box turned out very nice Harry.

BJ, Harry won a 1/4" jig.

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Very NICE box & shootout Harry!

Looks like you got your Oak Park 1/4" Spacer Fence adjusted perfectly!

Now, do you agree that that is the easiest way to make Box Joints you've ever imagined?

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Hey Harry......

You out did yourself on that box. It looks great and I'm glad you are enjoying the Box joint jig. I have saved copies of your box for inspiration to make one like it.

What are the dimensions of the box?

Really nice job and thanks so much for sharing it with us.

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Hi Mike

Thanks,, the slots looked bigger, that's what bifocals will do for you , make things look bigger should be great in a topless bar LOL

I guess they are working but they do made it hard to walk around without falling down on my A...or stepping up and over something...





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Considering that you were upside down when you made it the box turned out very nice Harry.

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Hey Harry

I have a question for you,, with the high prices down under for just about everything what did it cost you to make this Box ? , just asking ?? and if you wanted to make them for sale what would you charge someone for this BOX ?

I see many guest and members want to sale items they make and this may give them a hint what to charge and still made a buck or two so they can keep making them to sell.
I see many gift shops have neat boxes they sell for others, we when down to south GA. and stopped by many gift shops and I amaze what they got for little pine and cedar boxes...

The guys down south don't work cheap...like many think they do..but then it could be the owner of the gift shops jack the price up so high..



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Hi Harry. Another beautiful box and your box joints look perfect to me! Very nice and thank you for taking the time to post all the photos on your project. I love those neat inlays! I am going to have to get some of those for the future. I also wish I could get some of that "Danish Oil" cause it ain't like none we have over here! One question what is the timber you used here? Very nice Harry and thanks for sharing it.

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