Category Archives: Adventures in woodworking

Boxes … now with CIRCLES!

More boxes, you ask?  Whats the deal with the boxes?  Even more boxes?  Yes, I say.  Yes, Yes, YES!  But these boxes are different, I swear!  (Laugh)  Updated to have circle hinges: The hinge worked better than I thought.  The … Continue reading

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I love it when a good design comes together

I’m sharpening my Autodesk Inventor skills and I made a pattern that allows me to adjust for size and material widths.  Behold!  BOXES: Of the three boxes, the white oak veneer looks amazing.  The milky white grain pattern is very … Continue reading

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Skulls in the margins

The more laser cut designs I make, the more I come to realize the missed opportunities I have to get designs made.  For example, the laser cut boxes (from the previous post) were made on P3 material, BUT the box … Continue reading

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Experiments in laser woodworking

I wanted to try to see what a laser cut wood box would look like so I designed one.  Six inch square (inside dimension) with small line detailing on the sides, skull decoration on the lid.  Laser cut on “Bamboo … Continue reading

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