Studebaker Home Foundry Project

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R5 Lark
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Re: Studebaker Home Foundry Project

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Haven't worked anymore on this project. Other demands went to the front. But did make up a new box for the future. Wanted a smaller size so this one is 9.5 by 11 (I.D.)

Bottom box is oak and top side is popular. Lift handles are scrap pine. This was actually my second attempt. First box was a failure due to lack of flatness. I bought this new HF saw and the cuts had about a .5 degree blade error which when assembled was not flat. So I aligned it with some machinist rulers and it came out dead flat on the glass and on the combo fit. (tom c)
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Re: Studebaker Home Foundry Project

Post by 55commander »

I like your alignment lugs on the side
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