Monthly Archives: May 2014

Integral Dust Check

A feature I like to add to boxes is a dust check.  Essential for an unhinged box like this prototype and an added feature on a hinged one.  Just as the name implies; a dust check prevents dust from getting … Continue reading

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Lidded Plywood Box — Project in Progress

I’ve been in correspondence with an arts center that specializes in ceramics.  What they have in mind are foam lined boxes used to display, ship, and protect some of their finer pieces.  Thankfully, they would be responsible for the foam inserts since … Continue reading

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Juried In !!!

I received an email from  the San Diego County Fair the other day telling me that the HDTV stand was accepted into the Design in Wood competition.  Wow is all I can say to that!  The Design in Wood is sponsored … Continue reading

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Why I Like Old Brown Glue

Glue technology has come a long way from the days where you’d have to keep a glue pot warm in the shop.  That was the first thing you probably did — “put on the glue” so that it was ready … Continue reading

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Two Fingered Typist Blog!

Well, I suppose I should explain that strange sounding title to you.  Now that the HDTV cabinet is complete I decided it was time to delve into some less intense work. I don’t know about the rest of you but when … Continue reading

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