Final completion photos...jump ahead to here Greetings Bit-techers! Welcome to my latest project log. I'm calling it Ingraham because I'm taking inspiration from one of my favorite radio designers from the thirties and fourties. Ingraham didn't build radios. They were a clock company that got into designing and building wooden radio cases for the big name radio companies like Emerson, GE and Stromberg-Carlson. This project will be a case mod and not a scratch build. Oooh..Aaah! Comments, suggestions and ideas are welcome. The front of the case is dominated by a 7-slat horizontal louver (louvre for you Brits) system that is designed to hide two 3-incn (76mm) ventilation ports. Larger Version I apologize for the crude photos. I haven't got my photography kit together yet. My tripod has walked on me. Pictured above is seven 3/16" x 3" basswood planks cut to the width of the case. Spacing the slats out are 3/16" support planks. Larger Version The support planks are set back at a 3/8" depth all around. This photo kinda simulates what it will look like. No glue here only clamps. Larger Version The support planks are brought back out flush with front edge. This gives me a flat surface draw my 3" circle. Larger Version The support planks are pulled and cut at the pencil marks. The resulting pieces are reassembled.