Wooden Hinged Box from scraps

comments (2) February 21st, 2010 in Reader's Gallery

SandyPondFisher SandyPondFisher, member
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This is my first attempt at making wood hinges.  I saw some great ideas on this site and decided to give it a try.  The cutting tool in the box is called a K-Lux knife.  Its a tool used to score plexiglas and lexan prior to snapping on the scored line.  I had stored this tool in the bottom of my toolbox for nearly 30 years and decided to give it a better home.

The following types of wood were used:  western red cedar, eastern white pine, southern yellow pine, cherry, and beech.


Design or Plan used: My own design

posted in: Reader's Gallery, cherry, pine, beech, western red cedar


Comments (2)

wood51 wood51 writes: Now THIS is what should show up in a "scraps" contest!!
Nice job!!
While the tables and built-ins are nice too, I just don't have the cash to aquire those kind of "scraps" This is more my size.
I'm really admiring those hinges ... doesn't look first try to me. :)
Posted: 10:45 pm on March 17th

kenrup kenrup writes: Nicely done, very classy
Posted: 9:49 am on February 23rd

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