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Photocopy the Jid and inner lid patterns, and attach them to the wood using temporary-bond spray adhesive or method of choice. Using the No. 3 reverse tooth blade, cut the curves of fhe lid on the pattern line, then roughly cut out the lid and inner lid about 1/8" beyond the patlern lines.
Using the disc sander, sand the edges of all work pieces up to the pattern lines. Turn the work piece smoothly and evenly in a counter-clockwise direction against the left side of the sanding disc. I find this method much easier than attempting to cut a perfect circle with the scroll saw. Remove the patterns.
Using the 1 /4"-Dia. roundover bit, rout the top edge of the lid. (Do not rout the two cut-out curves.} Sand the pieces to a smooth finish by hand or sanding block, using 320 and 5C0-grit sandpaper.
Soften the inside rim of the box using 150-grit sandpaper. Remove all sanding dust.
Test fit the inner lid. It should just fall into the box. Sand as needed for proper fit.
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