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look... he painted the hearts inside the box too!
Yep, you got me! Actually, I painted them white, and then sanded the sides back down to plywood, so only the inside edge of the hearts is white!
Basically, a complete and total waste of time! Lol
 

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The amp will go here next to the spare:









 
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The amp will go here next to the spare:









It’s amazing how much of a difference just rounding off the edges dresses a piece up. Looks great!

If you have the information handy, what are the specs on the round over router bit you used?
 

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It’s amazing how much of a difference just rounding off the edges dresses a piece up. Looks great!

If you have the information handy, what are the specs on the round over router bit you used?
Thanks!

I used 1/4" on this one...
 
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Did you have to do any significant amounts of sanding after it was ran on the router? Last time I did it, even taking my time with a pretty fresh bit it splintered a good bit to clean up.

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Did you have to do any significant amounts of sanding after it was ran on the router? Last time I did it, even taking my time with a pretty fresh bit it splintered a good bit to clean up.

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Not much sanding, it comes about pretty smooth... With this hard plywood, I have better results when I take a couple passes and only press the wood gently into the bit, even with just a 1/4" round over.

Where it get's really hairy is with the bigger bits! Lol. This a 1.25" bit...



 

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Not much sanding, it comes about pretty smooth... With this hard plywood, I have better results when I take a couple passes and only press the wood gently into the bit, even with just a 1/4" round over.

Where it get's really hairy is with the bigger bits! Lol. This a 1.25" bit...



That's a big boi, I'll have to keep that in mind next time. Thanks

Only slightly jealous of the build quality of the box

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That's a big boi, I'll have to keep that in mind next time. Thanks

Only slightly jealous of the build quality of the box

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Haha thanks!!
 
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