Last edited by Matt Dunlap; 04-01-2008 at 03:06 AM.
Way cool Matt! Darn pretty for dunnowood. Those look so nice I would be afraid to take them out on a job less the get dinged.
Don't believe everything you think!
Man, there sure must be a lot of dunno trees growing around Hobbs, but the wood seems to be pretty. Nice job on the boxes. I wish I knew what to tell you about the chipout you had on the box joints. I've done them with some pretty brittle wood, but when I used the backer board (as you did) it handled the problem for me.
When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro. - Hunter S. Thompson
When the weird get going, they start their own forum. - Vaughn McMillan
Nice work, you are really lucky, access to a big shop and time to do stuff like that!
Thanks for the post.
Beautiful work Matt.
I agree, I would be afraid to take them to work.
One day I plan to make a bunch of small boxes. Best way I can think of to pratice those finger joints.
Nice job Matt. I am sure that any carpenter would be happy to have one of those boxes.
I like the term "dunnowood" and expect that I will use that term in the future. I certainly have some of it in my wood rack.
Good job Matt! You work fast. The 'Git "r" dun!' really does apply to you.
Last edited by Allen Bookout; 04-11-2007 at 01:56 AM.
Yowzer, those are really nice! Wouldn't mind procrasto...err, making one myself.
Very nice work. I like those alot.
You might try running a kife or cutting type of marking guage across the grain at the bottom of the joint before cutting on the jig. This will help to control the chip out.
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those look fantastic, even for dunnowood. i too may abscond that term.
thanks for sharing.