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  2. Veritas Innovations
    10-12-2014 12:16 AM - permalink
    Veritas Innovations
    I liked the hellbox video!

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  3. Sulfek
    12-27-2013 11:37 PM - permalink
    Thanks for the advice, I tried it out today, the only bummer of it is I have to fur it out 2 inches then attach the cleat due to the width of the shadow box. Do you think this will compromise the strength of the cleat, if so should I use wire?
  4. Sulfek
    12-25-2013 12:20 AM - permalink
    The way i built the box is in the forum its the second build that says 1sg gwin here is to your career, the box for the medals is the house shaped box, it pocket screws and glues to the back of the rank itself which is made of 1/2 " ply and 1" poplar for the chevrons and rockers. The box it self is made out of 1 1/8 birch finished ply wood (the nice stuff from lowes) I used a dato blade so the back of the box sit flush and I plan to screw it into the dato sections of the sides. I will post some detailed pics tomorrow. I am afraid the weight of this thing over time will literally rip it apart, is this possible or am i paranoid. Everything is biscuit and glued with tightbond 3 around the actual main support which is the box.
  5. Sulfek
    12-25-2013 12:15 AM - permalink
    hey johnnie, first merry Christmas, second I have an issue I have no idea how to tackle. for the shadow box i am making for the e-8 it is big and heavy 3 feet tall 2 feet wide and filled with medals and coins, I suspect its going to weight 50 lbs ish. the back of the box needs to be able to be removed so medals can be placed inside. I screw cork board to the inside of the back then I cover it with felt and that's what the medals are pinned into . my issue is how do i safely secure this thing to the wall?
  6. adeptr
    01-23-2012 08:48 AM - permalink
    Right!! As I PM'd the others with this comment, I had intended to use 90° stop hinges when I built these boxes and after ordering them from a local supplier, they came in the wrong size and I foolishly rushed to the cheaper hinges just to get them up on the store. Pretty stupid, eh? Thanks for you comments though, that is how we grow.....making mistakes that can be corrected and listening to feedback.. Thanks again!
  7. Geoguy
    03-03-2009 08:43 AM - permalink
    Johnnie, welcome to the forum. You got some nice stuff in your album. It depicts ingenuity and resourcefulness. And, I especially like the dust collection system!

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  • About johnnie52
    Old enough to know better.... still young enough not to care.
    Tampa, FL - USA
    Computers - Woodworking (of course) - Auto Mechanics - SciFi (long live STARBUCK!)
    Disabiled - Used to drive a rig (over 25 years), used to be Mechanical Engineer (over 20 years)
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