Finer Details The Fundamental Design Of This Box Is Quite Simple A Solid Base With Routed Cavities Topped Off With A Pair Of One Piece Lids There Are Many Options For This Basic Design Learn These Simple Steps Then Put Your Imagination To Work Creating A Unique Design
Finer details the fundamental design of this box is quite simple a solid base with routed cavities topped off with a pair of one piece lids there are many options for this basic design learn these simple steps then put your imagination to work creating a unique design is bookmark about Magazine bookmarked by tom with ID 11089235166 was uploaded on 22-03-2019 and has been viewed 111,801 times.
Maple Key Seed Pod Box Photos by Rob Brown With the main section of this box dressed to thickness, and the overall shape laid out, I drew a full-size pattern of the outer shape of the seed pod cavities on paper.
I then offset the line by 5/16", towards the outside of the pattern, creating a larger pattern than I want to finish with.This offset distance will account for the distance from the outer edge of the tracing collar to the outer edge of the router bit.
Cut the paper pattern out.Position a piece of 1/4" thick template material on top of the box, overhanging the rear, straight edge of the workpiece by 1/2".The 1/2" overlap is to ensure there's enough material left on the 1/4" template once the routing pattern has been cut out.
Place the paper pattern on top of the template in the exact location you want the cavity, relative to the workpiece.Make sure the short, straight end of the pattern is perpendicular to the back edge of the template.
Trace the outline onto the template and cut it out, ensuring the edges are smooth.Rout the box cavityPosition the template on the workpiece, overlapping the rear...