Made some boxs out of scrap pine cut offs I had in the shop. These were just to practice the process and not ment to be fine wood working.
The second one turned out much better with no chip out as I started using a backer board. Still haveing a lot of problem with cutting the lid off though.
I glue it on, flush trim everything, bullnose the corners, sand out the bearing marks and edges of the bullnose and cut off the top on the table saw.
Not a cabinet grade saw but a good Madita 8". Can't get the last cut made without having it uneven around the lid. What is the best way to do this.
See attached pics. First 4 are box 1, 5th and all of bottom row are box 2.
Last edited by awoodnut; 08-09-2009 at 12:49 AM.
Reason: clarify pics