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Not really a blog, this time.  Will IF someone wants to read it.    Needed a chest to store most of my handtools.    Had four planks of Black Walnut, and a few of Pine.    Using a set of already done Sycamore boards that were raised panel by a handplane as a guide for the side's size.   Frame and panel for all the outside sides.   Three board glue up for the lid.    And a few Pine trays.The tray will lift out, one was designed as a tote to carry tools to the workbench.  The chisel tray will sit on a lip on the tote tray.   Chest is about 20" high, front to back size is 18" or so, lid is 28-1/2"  long.   Mainly done with hand tools.

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