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Model Plan No 46

Woodcraft Magazine - Pagoda-Style Jewelry Box - Paper Plan

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This Asian-influenced box, with its broad beveled top and pagoda styling, features a drawerhanging system that doubles as a dominant design element. Contrasting woods contribute to the overall...

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This Asian-influenced box, with its broad beveled top and pagoda styling, features a drawerhanging system that doubles as a dominant design element. Contrasting woods contribute to the overall look, as do the custommade pulls. Splines join the mitered drawer corners, while the V-grooves cut in the drawer sides provide purchase on the wooden slides attached to the legs.

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    With hand tools

    The instructions for this are for table saw and router use and the needed jigs to help; , however I am well on my way into this project with hand tools and band saw only and it is going better than expected ( I'm mostly a carver, getting into boxes and this was outside my comfort range). My only issue so far was the "rough cut" dimensions. On the drawer front and backs the "rough cut" lengths listed needed to be slightly longer to start with; I had to redo those pieces as they were just barely long enough to touch the rails ( of course, this actually depends on your setting of the legs on the top corners and the final cut can be measured by laying on the assembly). The drawer side lengths weren't an issue as they aren't critical for support.

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