December also yielded work. These small pine shells are used as packaging for something mysterious.

IMG_20131211_120439_275 Each “box” is first roughed out with a 1/2″ bit to relief the inside. Next the corner radius is set using a 1/4″, extra long 4 flute run down each inside edge. Next an index is cut around the perimeter of each cutout to align two pieces as a shell and lastly they are cut free using a very long Super-O single flute 1/4″ bit. See Gabriel Matthews Design or click on lower image for more information.


Packaging shells cut from 6/4 Pine.


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