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    Toybox #2

    Another toybox I made for my stepbrother. Simple design, but I really liked the lines on it.

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    Soft maple, Transtint water based dye, and Target EM6000 finish.

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    That looks sharp Jeb. I like those rockler hinges. I've used them a couple of times.

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    Fantastic job Jeb The design is traditional but you turned it into a elegant piece.

    I use the Rockler hinges as well. Really like them.
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    Thanks. I've gotten the hinges from rockler before, but this time I bought online from

    http://www.hardwaresource.com/hinges...+Torsion+Hinge

    Depending on quantity and shipping promos they can be cheaper. Same item rockler sells though.

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    As said before, simple yet elegant. Nice dye and finish job too.
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