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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-27-2020, 05:37 PM Thread Starter
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Back again. In the times of the Corona-quarantine I'm really grateful that I have a space where I can work This was a small project I wanted to make but I never really found the time. Well.. now I did..^^
It is a small box for the Omega Seamaster. (The original box is waaay to big.)
Here you can watch the short making of:

I hope you like it. Cheers
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You’re blowing my mind...and it feels good!

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Nice work, Filip! Clean looking box and it looks like the lid fits perfectly.

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Hahaha thx @Bstrom . I hope your mind is still in place. ^^
@David : And yes the lid fits just perfect. It has to!

Oh and if someone want's to remake this here are the CAD-files:
https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4245077
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Hi, Flipsi.
I am not a CNC fan but that box is amazing.
A question: why do you consider to use dissimilar woods is a mistake?

We, woodworkers are everywhere!!!
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@papasombre : Thx I have two left hands so I have to work with machines ^^ And I simply don't like the grain on the piece of maple. it looks somehow "dirty".. The american cherrywood looks cleaner. Also cherrywood fits perfect with aluminum but not with maple. Maybe it's just my taste!?!?
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Wow just watched the video. What a great touch with the aluminum! Certainly the nicest watch box I’ve ever seen , thanks for sharing
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