How to Make a Cremation Cask

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Woodworking experts George Vondriska and A.J. Moses discuss the making of a cremation cask. A WoodWorkers Guild of America (WWGOA) original video.

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10 Responses to “How to Make a Cremation Cask”
  1. Erdean

    George as a retired mortician there is a difference between a cremation casket and cremation Urn a cremation casket is a casket that you can cremate the body in the Urn is what the remains go into.

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    • WWGOA Team

      This is extremely helpful information. Thanks for sharing your expertise! We will use these terms correctly moving forward.

      Reply
  2. Zara

    I just made a box for my Black Lab, wish I had seen this earleir but I am pleased with what I did, I also stood a cross that I cut out with the scroll saw and edged with the router on the top. I then purchased a name plate to be placed on it. He is a13yr.old Black Lab and won’t be with me much longer but I needed to be prepared. Maybe now I will make one for myself! Thanks for the information.

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  3. John

    ?? 10-Quick-and-Easy-Woodworking-Gift-Ideas.pdf does not have the plans in it.
    where can I locate the pdf?

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  4. TIM

    Any suggestions on wood & finish to color coordinate with a Marine Corps Blood Stripe inlay? I can’t post a pic or seem to copy a link for an image search, but if you google USMC Blood Stripe, you’ll get something that will show you the colors. Thanks.

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    • Customer Service

      Hi Tim. I would suggest looking at Transtint dyes, and choosing the one that looks best. You can also experiment with blending multiple colors together to customize the look that you’re after. At a glance, I’d say that this one is the closest: https://amzn.to/2HhBjvH
      As far as wood goes, I would suggest hard maple because it generally accepts colors evenly.
      Thanks
      Paul-Woodworkers Guild of America

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