Inlay Project I Designed This Cherry Box With An Ebony Inlay For A Beginner S Woodworking Class That I Teach It Is Pleasing In Proportion Colour And Shape And Satisfying To Build
Inlay project i designed this cherry box with an ebony inlay for a beginner s woodworking class that i teach it is pleasing in proportion colour and shape and satisfying to build is article about Magazine bookmarked by tim with ID 1462796410 was uploaded on 07-04-2019 and has been viewed 118,671 times.
Ebony Inlay Cherry Box Illustration by Mike Del Rizzo This box is a suitable project to guide newcomers through some of the fundamentals of woodworking, it is more of an intermediate skill level project for someone working alone - due to the tapered sides on the box and the need for at least one template.
I chose cherry as the main wood and ebony for the inlay, but just about any two contrasting woods could be used.It was designed to be the size of a jewelry or small treasure box.However, it could be built to any size that suits you.
A limiting factor would be the size of your table saw blade or, more specifically, how high a taper your table saw can cut.The overall width and length of the box is practically limitless.There are two main components in the construction of this box.
First, you build the box and then you fit your inlayed lid to the box.You should be able to build this little treasure box in a day.Begin By Making the Box• Crosscut a rough piece of stock 3" x 36".
From this board you will cut the front and back (A), and sides (B)...