Bandsaw Project Boxes Don T Always Have To Be Rectangular And Hinged In Fact Some Of The Most Visually Appealing Boxes Are Just The Opposite Their Curved Lines And Original Design Add That Special Unique Appearance Such One Of A Kind Boxes Make Ideal Containers For Your Jewelry Or Other Treasures
Bandsaw project boxes don t always have to be rectangular and hinged in fact some of the most visually appealing boxes are just the opposite their curved lines and original design add that special unique appearance such one of a kind boxes make ideal containers for your jewelry or other treasures is bookmark about Magazine bookmarked by milton with ID 1351377998 was uploaded on 24-03-2019 and has been viewed 356,503 times.
Freeform Box For this project you will need a thick piece of stock.The thickness of stock will determine the height of the finished box.The maximum thickness you can use is determined by the clearance of the scroll saw that is used to cut out the center of the package.
If you have a thicker piece (either in the whole or laminated) then removal of the core will need to be done by drilling and filing the piece.You could also use a hand coping saw for this thickness.To make this particular box, I searched through my offcut pieces until I located a piece of 2" rough walnut.
You know the kind of piece I mean, something that catches your eye and you just know that there is a special look/pattern that you want to display.Cut Out Rough Block Cut the rough block out at about 8" long.
I started with a 6 1/2" wide plank, so I cut it into 2 equal sized blocks (each about 8" x 3" x 2").Dress Rough Block With this project, given sizes are very flexible.Use a jointer to dress the two faces of one block, then sketch a random shape on the face.
The shape I developed...