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Music Box Plan

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Music Box Plan
Music Box Plan
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Build a music box for a great holiday gift! Our 2-in-1 plan makes it easy and it's the ideal showcase for our musical movements. Designed to hold our 18, 30, and 72 note musical movements.

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  • Design A Measures: 3-3/4" H x 10-1/2" W x 6-1/2" D
  • Design B Measures: 4-3/8" H x 10-1/2" W x 6-1/2" D
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Thought the overall plan was quite good. Part #'s for the hardware available through Rockler would have been nice. Also, a cut list on the most efficient/economical utilizing stock available through Rockler, i.e.; curly maple, etc, would have been a nice touch. Bottom line, wife loved it!! Merry Christmas
January 15, 2016
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Decent plan
The plan is written well and the diagrams are good. The cut list is pretty well done. I think a novice may have a bit of trouble with it though
October 17, 2015
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
I like the plans that I...
I like the plans that I bought. The plans are easy to follow except for the part where I had a hard time figuring out on how to cut the feet (figure #4). The illustration on figure #4 can be alot better with measurments on that illustration.
February 14, 2008
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To make for granddaughters. BTW: your shipping charges are too expensive.
George W on Nov 9, 2017
Like the style
Joe M on Dec 15, 2016
To make for granddaughters. BTW: your shipping charges are too expensive.
George W on Nov 9, 2017
plan on making boxes for granddaughters
Harry N on Apr 7, 2017
Like the style
Joe M on Dec 15, 2016
liked how it looked
Andrea D on Jul 9, 2016
Liked the design
Taliba Holliday N on Sep 27, 2015
always wanted to build one
Michael W on Jul 2, 2015
plan on making boxes for granddaughters
Harry N on Apr 7, 2017
liked how it looked
Andrea D on Jul 9, 2016
What are the parts that are required for this that should be purchased through Rockler, like the hinges are magnetic latches? Also what are the woods that are used in stock picture? Thanks so much!
Charles H on Feb 5, 2016
What are the available song titles?
A shopper on May 16, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I've attached the available music movements the Rockler currently carries.
30-Note Musical Movement w/FREE Music Box Plan
30-Note Musical Movement w/FREE Music Box Plan
18-Note Musical Movements With FREE Music Box Plan
18-Note Musical Movements With FREE Music Box Plan
72-Note Musical Movements with FREE Music Box Plan
72-Note Musical Movements with FREE Music Box Plan
My Friend bought the 72 note movement with plans. he wants me to bring him wood to make it. how much? what thickness?
Mike V on Dec 25, 2015
BEST ANSWER: All the wood is 1/2" thick except for the base piece which is 3/4". The box it self is 3'' high x 5" wide x 9" long if the plans are followed. The lid is 10" x 6" total.
How does the sound get out of your box? Are there sound holes in the bottom?
Jasper F on Sep 7, 2017
BEST ANSWER: No sound holes, not needed as the volume is fine
The length of the molding pieces seem too long compared to the base and the top. I cut them out and have photos how they don't seem to fit. There's a half inch gap on all sides between the base and the molding. If you can help, I can send the photos to you. Did I misunderstand the drawings?
Tony B on Sep 6, 2018
BEST ANSWER: If I understand your problem correctly, the measurements for the pieces of molding that were included in the plans were either not the correct measurements or you cut the pieces of molding too long giving you the 1/2 inch gap between the base and molding. I suggests that you measure the sides and ends of the base and top and then cut them to fit. Cut the molding at 45 degrees with the shorter side of it being the actual length/width of the top and base sides. That should remedy your problem. Ron C.
I'm attempting to build this and am having trouble with attaching the top panel to the molding. Any help or suggestions?
Ben K on Sep 4, 2016
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