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This would make a very nice presentation box for wedding and engagement rings. Just make a cross wise cut in the dove tails and drill a hole in the upper part of the lower dove tail.
On the question of why not rotate the mold to get a bit of a central dip, Remember that we would be working with materials at 2000 degrees (F or C, I assume C) and that temperature would melt most spindles and bearings. I did see a photo where they were rotating the whole kiln to make a mirror more than 3 or 4 feet in diameter for a telescope in Arizona. I think it was Roger Angel's project.
1.) How did you do the schematic? What program?2.) How about using a colored glass jar, say red, green or blue?3.) Somewhere I have seen perforated lids, that could protect the speaker cone.
1.) Put a "Bear Bell" on your pack frame and do not silence it.2.) You need Mosquito repellant- lots of it. They will bleed you dry if you let them.3.) Magnesium Fire starter. (Doan Manufacturing is best, and test it OUTDOORS before you go.)
When I first saw the pumpkin, I thought, "He must be using a plastic mold, like the Japanese use to make cube shaped watermelons." Using clay is kind of cheating, I think.
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I see only one glaring error in your work: The "Z" braces should run from the lower hinge side corner to the upper latch side corner to prevent the door from sagging.
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