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Hey Someone at Thermwood

Postby Kerry Fullington » Fri, Apr 01 2011, 8:08PM

As I remember there was a block and shell chest in the foyer of the old Thermwood offices. Could someone snap a picture of that and post it? I am guessing that was done on a Thermwood router.

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Re: Hey Someone at Thermwood

Postby Dean Fehribach » Sat, Apr 02 2011, 8:48AM

The Newport Kneehole Chest? Yep, made on a Model 40 as I recall. It's outside my office. I'll get a pic on Monday if someone doesn't beat me to it.
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Re: Hey Someone at Thermwood

Postby Kerry Fullington » Sat, Apr 02 2011, 9:00AM

Thanks Dean

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Re: Hey Someone at Thermwood

Postby Dean Fehribach » Wed, Apr 06 2011, 12:02PM

Here you go! Took it with my cell camera. If you need better quality, I'll track down the DSLR we have around here somewhere...
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Re: Hey Someone at Thermwood

Postby Kerry Fullington » Thu, Apr 07 2011, 6:19AM

Thanks Dean,

This picture is fine. I new the concave center shell was an inset carving but wanted to see if the convex shells were carved or applied on the top drawer. It looks like they were applied. That would be easier to do. I think I have found the appropriate molding profiles in the Thermwood moldings. No sense re-inventing the wheel.
Now I must find out if the 43 has enough Z clearance to cut the 2 7/8" thick drawer fronts.

Kerry


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