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    joan's tool case updated pictures inside

    hi all

    first off, happy memorial day !

    ok as promised, i said in a "what are you working on this weekend post" that i would start a new thread when i had the finish on it . its got finish on it i think i have found a new favorite finish for cherry atleast ! the pics are not the greatest but i think you will get the idea.

    this is the first two coats of bush oil , i have planned on 3 or 4 and then a coat or two of wax . comments and critiques welcome , thats what makes me a better woodworker

    pictures of the inside to follow soon when the tools are in it and theres something to see ....
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails tool case finished 1.jpg   tool case finished 2.jpg   tool case finished 3.jpg   tool case finished 4.jpg   tool case finished 5.jpg  

    tool case finished 6.jpg   tool case finished 7.jpg  
    Last edited by jim capozzi; 06-14-2008 at 05:47 PM. Reason: to add more pictures
    what are you building today ??

    GRIZZLY

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    Wow Griz, you sure that's for tools? I've seen rougher-looking jewelry boxes. Very nice work.
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    Wow! Amazing!

    Stop with the two coats and be done, no wax - don't screw up perfection.

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    That's some pretty awesome figure in those door panels! Beautiful chest. I'll bet Joan will treasure it!

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    It looks like you've stunned everyone else into speechlessness with this one. Can't say I blame them.

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    I saw this in the other thread.
    Those doors are beautiful.(I dont have to tell ya how sharp this entire piece is, but your choice for doors, wow, great stuff)

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    i think your right mark ......

    i must say its a little surprising
    i even added pics of the inside after installation
    what are you building today ??

    GRIZZLY

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    Your tools are going to be most than happy of having such a place to rest

    Just a question about the doors, I guess they are veneered, did you the veneer yourself or got the board alredy made?

    And last but not least, what wood is it?
    Best regards,
    Toni

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    thats way too neat and organized, Id never find any tools like that.
    I usually dont mind when I drop a screwdriver or allen wrench set on the floor, this way I know where it is when I need it 45 minutes later.

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    Jim,

    This is one good looking tool case. I'm not familiar with Bush oil. Can you bring me up to speed on the characteristics/where to buy?

    Thanks,
    Lee Laird
    Austin TX

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