More progress on the Production Runs

January 23, 2009 at 6:05 pm Leave a comment

With the addition of the blenderbox order I now have two production runs.  Thankfully I now have some help in the shop in the form of my nephew.  He is a little lazy but arn’t most boys in thier late teens.  He started the color coat on the blenderbox order last night.  While I got busy cutting the top and bottom panels for the curly maple cases.  The blenderbox cases will need a few more coats of paint to get good coverage.  I normally do at least three coats before calling it done.

Painted Cases hanging up to dry

Painted Cases hanging up to dry

Bottom Panels layed out to dry

Bottom Panels layed out to dry

The finish job on the curly maple cases looks to be done just have to polish off the dust nibs that formed in the last coat.  Depending on how that works I may or may not add another coat of polyurethane.  I received an email from one person asking for a case a few days ago.  I mentioned that I would have these ready for sale soon and he decided to get the blue case.  Below are pictures of that case plus the black case that is for someone else.  Finally there is a picture of the other maple cases in the middle of getting thier top and bottom panels.

This blue case is already sold

This blue case is already sold

Another image of the same blue case, this is sold.

Another image of the same blue case, this is sold.

A veiw of the top of the black case.

A veiw of the top of the black case.

This is a front view of the black case.

This is a front view of the black case.

These are the remaining cases waiting to be finished.

These are the remaining cases waiting to be finished.

GAME ON!!!

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