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50-60 Count Small Humidors - In the Mix

I have had several requests for smaller humidors - and thought that it would be good to work one up. So, I've come up with the following design. I plan on a base model - using domestic woods in the $4.50/board foot range for a 10-1/4" x 8-3/4" x 4-1/2", 50-60 count based on 100 cigars per 700 cubic inches (overall dimensions). The basic model will have a wooden lid. Glass lids optional. Starting price will be $135.00 plus s/h. As with the larger model - other options are available and I will try to get them outlined on my website as soon as possible. However, the extras will most likely be in line with the larger model. Thanks for all your support! imageimage

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  • nightmaremike31nightmaremike31 Posts: 720
    Ed, I've got to ask you a NERD question. What program are you using to render?

    I ask because for 3 years (not too long ago) I was drafting and architecture-ing and using CADD all the time... I miss it. So I'm just wondering what you're using.
  • nightmaremike31:
    Ed, I've got to ask you a NERD question. What program are you using to render?

    I ask because for 3 years (not too long ago) I was drafting and architecture-ing and using CADD all the time... I miss it. So I'm just wondering what you're using.
    I am using Sketchup which is a free program from Google. All you have to do is google SKETCHUP and you can find it there.... Best thing - it's free!! All sorts of tutorials out there as well... it's a hit in the woodworking community. Also, it can be used large scale as well to do homes and such - you can set your scale.
  • nightmaremike31nightmaremike31 Posts: 720
    WaxingMoon:
    nightmaremike31:
    Ed, I've got to ask you a NERD question. What program are you using to render?

    I ask because for 3 years (not too long ago) I was drafting and architecture-ing and using CADD all the time... I miss it. So I'm just wondering what you're using.
    I am using Sketchup which is a free program from Google. All you have to do is google SKETCHUP and you can find it there.... Best thing - it's free!! All sorts of tutorials out there as well... it's a hit in the woodworking community. Also, it can be used large scale as well to do homes and such - you can set your scale.
    Free you say? Sounds like I've got a new program to ****. Thank you!!
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