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How to make life edge and epoxy fly boxes similar to epoxy or glass river tables. I made one of these as a give away for a Flison Event in Detroit and the rest will be posted for sale on my website.

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Comments

Digital Swagg says:

They're all awesome! Excellent as always!

Lance Harper says:

Woodworking, fly tying, fishing all in one video, heck yeah. Those are all awesome, the textured river one is my favorite.

Noah Mable says:

13:13 by far the best

Hampton Smith says:

Inspiration 🙂 Excellent! Personal preference is the slide lid vs. the hinge, and really like the gouge/texture when you kept it just in the epoxy – hadn't thought of that before – makes it actually look like water moving – keep it up!

Keena Heaton says:

The textured box that was on the resin only I thought was interesting, like running water. Beautiful work, great video!

Building Brian says:

Stunning work! The boxes and the fly was amazing. I liked the one with the live edge that was pinned. The figure on the wood was too pretty!

Brad Ross says:

Coolest thing I've seen in awhile. Great job

Brad Carroll says:

Textured epoxy only looks amazing.

matthew cornelison says:

I'm particularly partial to simple. For me the boxes with the copper pin hinge and textured lids are simply AMAZING

Jim Korman says:

Beautiful boxes – Like your solution using the foam inserts! Where were you fishing? We're from the headwaters (one of many) of the Rifle River.

Make Brooklyn says:

Those are all spectacular Chris! I think I probably prefer the non textured ones but they're all awesome!

Conrite Wing says:

That’s terrifying! One bad swing and your box top is trash. You are a brave man sir.

StudioJLT says:

Wow, you really killed this! I'd definitely say no texture, I think the wood is nice without getting too distracted by texturing. And the pins>hinges. Again, well made!

David Clauson says:

Sa-weet video and projects!! They're all great, but I think the hinged on that opens like a book. Thanks for sharing

Great Plains Craftsman says:

Very nice. The maple box is beautiful

That Special Kind of Stupid says:

This is your best vid yet as far as I'm concerned man! As for a favourite design, the textured epoxy versions. The flowing water look ties in very well with the fly fishing thing.

Lee Hunter says:

Boxes look great. Really like the textured ones. Good lookin' rainbow too

matthew cornelison says:

Your dogs name is very interesting. What's the spelling on that name

Marius Delås Tvete says:

love them all 😀 <3

Jeff Lalonde says:

Beautiful work. The texturing and copper peened rivets look amazing.

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