1:48 Shaker Hall Chair

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*This is my first attempt at this. Made from 1/32” plywood. I adapted a pattern from a book on building human size furniture. I don’t think it’s terrible!

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Eeeek! So tiny! Now make the rest of the scene.

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So precious. Have you considered teacup miniatures?

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Tiny indeed! Very cute.

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That’s a tiny chair. Must be some really thin wood. :grinning:

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Darling! :smile:

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Wow, that is incredible!

I didn’t even know they make ply that thin. That almost seems like a veneer or something at that point!

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Micromark.com

If you are looking for thin wood this is the place.

This is a great time to be shopping from them they are having their annual summer sale. I have been a customer for 30 years.

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I got it from a company that specializes in model aircraft building supplies.

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I have ordered quite a few things from Micromark and have always been pleased. My wishlist is incredibly long!

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Been ordering from them since the late 90’s. Mostly tools - I was heavily into RC for a decade or so.

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You can get 1/64" thick plywood. Check out NationalBalsa.com or BalsaUSA.com both have a good selection of thin woods and decent prices.

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You can sometimes find it at hobby and craft stores. They usually have sections of hobby-grade wood, and the 1/64 shows up occasionally.

Trying to get back to using the Glowforge. It mysteriously quit working.Funny non-cleanable spots on mirror and lens. Was still under warranty, so I got new parts, but I’m afraid to use it for fear it will happen again.

Nice! I’ve never seen ply that thin. I find paper and some card stock to work well for 1/4” scale chairs.

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