Okay, finally got around to building this monster…took 2½ sheets of walnut ply, and it was a great practice exercise in box building in Fusion 360.
Few things I learned along the way - First, make sure you check your assembly instructions - getting one box assembled incorrectly can have a domino effect. You can recover from it, but you might wind up with something that looks more like a centerpiece than a ledge box. (Ahem! )
Second - after you’ve CA’d your fingers together for about the sixth time, you learn to keep a Q-tip on hand to wipe up the ooze that squeezes out from the edges. You do not just give it a quick swipe with a finger.
Third - you can cover up that little bit of yourself that you leave in your projects with a black Sharpie.
Fourth - You do not attempt to clean up a bit of CA that got on your acrylic desk cover with a solvent laden Q-tip. No. No. No. No. No.
(We’ll be cutting another one next weekend.)
Try to imagine that filled with succulents - I’ll probably never get around to buying more of them.