George Vondriska

Making a Box from One Piece of Wood

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Duration:   1 mins

Learn how to make a quick and easy box out of one block of wood. This simple box is easy to learn and perfect for gifting season. Click here to see our Ultimate Guide to Wood Species!

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8 Responses to “Making a Box from One Piece of Wood”

  1. Leonard

    what type of glue

  2. Mark

    For the end cuts, you used the fence as a reference vs a miter gauge. thoughts on why?

  3. Leonard

    Wouldnt contrasting plugs /dowels look much nicer than a screw?

  4. Leonard

    what kind of gleu?

  5. Mark

    Question 2: can we split the difference for cutoff of the lid overage to help with grain matching in highly figured wood pieces? Mark Harris ‚Äčwhat was the length of the screw? about half the thickness of the side?

  6. Leonard

    I have several questins but where to put them

  7. Herb

    How about cutting a thin piece off the inside cast away and glue to the bottom of the lid to create a lift off lid

  8. Mark

    For the end cuts, you used the fence vs miter gauge. thoughts on why?

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