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    Default Five drawer Tee box

    Hi

    Thought I would share an image of a recently completed bandsawn box.

    Sculptured Box
    Last edited by Sculptured Box; 26th June 2006 at 05:13 PM.

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    Took me ages to find the T, it was like one of them backwards focusing puzzles.
    Now that I see it.

    Cool.

    Al

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    Sculpture, The box looks great. I have almost finished restoring my BS and look forward to having a go at this.

    Al, you're a twit
    Have a nice day - Cheers

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    [quote=Wood Butcher
    Al, you're a twit[/quote]

    Thank you, thank very much..

    Al

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    Tony.
    any chance of pic with ruler next time you put one up.
    to get an idea of size.
    and the wood used.
    looks great.
    p.t.c

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    Hi SB - great work on the 'T' box. What wood and finish did you use?

    cheers
    RufflyRustic

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    Nice box. Difficult to make out the handles. Any chance of a better pic of the handles? The 'T' must've been hard to sand. Did you do it by hand, or did you have a long narrow sander of some kind?
    Those are my principles, and if you don't like them . . . well, I have others.

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    Default More of the Tee box

    Hi

    In response to the questions.

    An original concept and design.

    Timber - one block Australian Red Cedar, finished size - 26cm long, 10cm deep, 27cm tall.

    Finished in a blend of natural oils, sanding - by hand.

    The interior of the Tee section done with various grits attached to a lenght of plastic.

    Handles carved into the 15mm drawer fronts. Image attached.

    Sculptured Box
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    Last edited by Sculptured Box; 26th June 2006 at 05:13 PM.

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    Thanks for the info Tony. Image a bit blurry though.
    Those are my principles, and if you don't like them . . . well, I have others.

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    Default Nyaa, Nyaa, I touched it, you guys didn't!

    I saw the box (and Tony) in person last weekend at the Seymore Ag show.

    The things he shows us in the pics are only the start of the secrets these boxes hold - friendly bloke too.

    Thanks Tony for the advise/chat
    Great minds discuss ideas,
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveInOz
    I saw the box (and Tony) in person last weekend at the Seymore Ag show.

    The things he shows us in the pics are only the start of the secrets these boxes hold - friendly bloke too.

    Thanks Tony for the advise/chat
    DaveInOz
    thank you for the kind words,

    Tony Ward
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