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  1. Ok, my daughter wants a Lois Keener bandsaw box made from dogwood. The tree we had in the yard was full of holes created by wood borers. So, that all landed in the landfill. But, a neighbor had a 40 year old dogwood that the wood bores tried to make home. When he cut it down, I asked for the trunk. This is the last piece of it that I had. Yea, it doesn't look like much, but let's give it a try. This does not look promising. I'll check one end. Still not looking good and the test cut indicates that this wood is very soft. And, this end looks rather punky. So, we'll plunge in the blade to see what reveals. Brought out old trusty with shrub trimming blade. Cuts quickly and easily. You need some vision here to imagine if there may be something salvagable and usable. If I can get 5" X 5" I'll be very happy. The target project is 10" L X 5" H X 6" D. I can patch in some pecan or cedar. We'll see..... Looks better inside than out, but not much. Have to make another cut or two to get it down to size to fit the Shopsmith bandsaw. It has a limit of 6" high. So, on to the next cut to see what is in there. Cut number 2 reveals some very beautiful wood. Still some problems. On to cut number 3...... Rather pretty and much better than before. It still feels very dry and porous. Don't know what I'll have to do to keep the sealer, varnish to lay on the surface rather than permeate the wood. The next picture will show the result of all this sawing and guessing. With a little help from my friends, (got that playing in your head, didn't I), it will now fit the bandsaw. As you can see, it is almost 5 inches so I may get enough to work with. I am going to use some cedar to make it 6" deep. Don't touch that dial.......
  2. Had a chance to get in the shop so I put together some scraps I had to make this band saw box.The bulk of the box is African mahogany with a strip of cherry down the middle. As things moved along I got a bit ahead of myself and started to cut the drawers out of the top slider before cutting off the front and back . Found enough cherry to make the front and back of the top slider using the damaged piece as a template. The handles are black walnut.
  3. Many years ago, I saw a very unique piece of Cedar that actually looked like a fish. I kept trying to come up with a project that I could use it with. A bandsaw box came to mind and here it is
  4. This is my latest BS box. I can't take credit for the design. Saw it on a pinterest ad and drew it on a piece of graph paper to the size. The wood is Caribbean Rosewood with spalted maple handles;
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