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    This is my latest version of the book safe. I used Pine,Poplar ( the 1/2 dowel ) and maple 3 ply for the top and bottoms. Stained a Colonial Pine, flocked in red.



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    Kewl...!!!
    Keep it up, and you'll need to build a book shelf...
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    • #3
      DW, that is a great project and tuitorial...thanx so much for sharing! How are you cutting/ripping your dowel rods? Ya know you couldn't get off the hook of me asking questions - lol!
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      • #4
        Originally posted by lkbraa View Post
        DW, that is a great project and tuitorial...thanx so much for sharing! How are you cutting/ripping your dowel rods? Ya know you couldn't get off the hook of me asking questions - lol!
        The 1st time I free handed the cut but that was not good enough as I had to really sand it to get it flat.

        This time I used 2 spring clamps one on each end to hold it while cutting. I was able to ride along the fence with the clamp handles to get a decent cut on the dowel.

        DW
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        • #5
          Oh yea, me likes. Did you make a stencil for the wording, or burned it in?
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          • #6
            Nice box, DW.
            Please, Where do you find the pattern?
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            • #7
              Originally posted by Simon MARTIN View Post
              Nice box, DW.
              Please, Where do you find the pattern?
              Simon I made the pattern. In the pictures attached is a .pdf that describes how I made the box from start to finish.

              DW
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              • #8
                Originally posted by Wood Dog View Post
                Oh yea, me likes. Did you make a stencil for the wording, or burned it in?
                WD I used a graphics program and made the wording then using the mirror function reversed it so that when I transferred the wording onto the wood it would be correct. I used hexane to partially dissolve the laser toner from the printed page. look at the .PDF I included it describes the process.

                DW
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                • #9
                  Thank a lot DW, and sorry I haven't seen the file on the first message.
                  I was in a restaurant 2 days ago, and they gave us the bill in rather the same box... only the opening system was different (with 2 hinges).
                  Thank again for sharing your pattern...and to make the pattern.
                  Best regards

                  Simon MARTIN
                  From France

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