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About michaellangford2012

Timber framer, boatbuilder, dreamer, writer, musician; collector of books, tools, aphorisms. "There is nothing, absolutely nothing…half so much worth doing…as simply messing about in boats."
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2 Responses to boxes

  1. Greg Merritt says:

    You have been busy! I particularly like the long, short height one. They look like they will be fitting new homes for your friends tools.
    Well done.

    • The material dimensions determined the sizes…the poplar had some interesting cups and warps, re-sawing released tension…I wanted a dust stop, and hit on the idea of gluing a thin (3/16″) liner to support the top. Traditionally, Japanese carpenters would have had rice glue, but not likely anything stronger. It amazes me how much access to glue and clamps influences our working attitudes.

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