I collect things that inspire me. All kinds of things relating to tools and anatomy and technology. Recently I have been experimenting with making boxes, so I decided to make a curio box using some of my finds. I use common technique to make the box joints, utilizing a table saw sled with a spacer I keep the cuts evenly spaced. The resulting cuts intermesh and make an attractive corner joint when using two color woods, in this case walnut and oak. I use a two-part epoxy to glue the collection to the box top. For the brass hinge mechanism, I was inspired by one of my tool boxes. Enjoy!
Tools Table saw Chop saw Drill Sanders
Materials Collection of cool stuff Two-2 part epoxy Walnut Oak Brass
In each episode of DiResta (every other Wednesday), artist and master builder Jimmy DiResta (Dirty Money, Hammered, Against the Grain, Trash for Cash) lets us into his workshop, to look over his shoulder while he builds whatever strikes his fancy.