Professional Box Maker

$39.95 USD
Item# 54213
Availability: Expected to be available September 30, 2021. Subject to change. Pre-order now!

  • Perfect 90° corners everytime!
  • Support your project and keep your hands free for perfectly soldered connections
  • Cut-away design allows access to build your solder bead

Product Description

For Quick and Easy Box Assembly
The Professional Box Maker supports glass securely with a clear view for easy alignment. The corner cut-away offers ideal access for soldering precise 90° corners. Simply line up pieces and tack solder. Measures 6" x 2-1/2" high.

First project created by artist Wesley Wong. From Delphi's Online Artist Gallery. Second project created by artist Steen Gaut.

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Pros : Has really helped making soldering corners evenly and squaring boxes sooo much easier.
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Pros : I love my box maker! I even bought one for a couple of students I have.
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  •   This will be great
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Pros : solid, and will be great for multiple uses...multiple sizes
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Other Thoughts : I could attempt to create something like this on my own easily enough...but I decided to buy one that I knew would be absolutely "square"
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