Simulated woodgrain for metal boxes

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Simulated woodgrain for metal boxes

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An anonymous reader pointed out this strategy for enclosure design –

This instructable shows how to prepare a metal box using a buffing technique that can simulate wood grain, birdseye or other finishes. The technique gives dimension to the box that adds visual depth to the surface.

A good approach to keep in mind when trying to make that new effects pedal stand out from the herd. –Link

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2 thoughts on “Simulated woodgrain for metal boxes

  1. Richard says:

    Ooooh, I like! Will keep in mind when I am doing my next project.

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