Easy assemble natural unfinished pine coffin. All solid wood construction. Ships flat and assembles with wedges in less than 10 minutes. Includes sisal rope with bowline knot loop for handles which provide additional support for the bottom panel. 100% biodegradable suitable for green/natural burial, orthodox burial, and cremation. No metal content.
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Gallery of finished coffin suspended on rope stands. The stands allow the coffin to be suspended off of the ground and load tested with a load of over 250 pounds.
Gallery of step by step coffin assembly.
Preview of the work that has started on the easy assemble coffin kit. This is the full size version of the earlier prototype box that assembles with tenons and wedges. The final product will contain six pieces total and will ship flat to save on costs and storage space.
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They had this regular routine he now observed, she said. A large mechanical auger was wheeled into the orchard, where it drilled a suitable hole in the earth. The corpse, bound in that cheap cloth, was buried vertically and an orchard tree planted over it. Orchards were laid out in grid patterns, a cenotaph at one corner where the locations of burials were recorded. He saw the cenotaph when she pointed it out, a square green thing about three meters high.
Hardware installation and load testing. Some light sanding to call it complete. Will eventually stain per customer request but that won't be part of the product offering when it goes live on the site for sale.
Work progresses on the latest casket build. This will be one of the standard builds offered for sale in the near future. The images detail the work on the lid sections, the sides are angled at 30 degrees and fit into a groove cut within the rim of the lid. I wanted to do something a bit more elegant looking and a bit more complex to build. More detail is given in the captions on each image. I'm working on getting the hardware installed now, including hinges, latches, and lid support. Please take a look and feel free to leave a comment.
Some details of a recent pine casket build as it progresses through various stages of creation. A pre-order that will be stored by the customer. The floor boards slide into grooves in the sides and ends and are half-lapped with gaps in between for any expansion during storage. The center board is the only one glued in place to keep the sides from bowing out when lifted. The handles are each constructed from a single piece of lumber. And of course I test fit each one myself. Lid work starts next week.