BIO: When I was deployed in 2011-2012 in Kuwait I was tasked to build a humidor as a gift to Area Support Group of Kuwait. It was to hold a 100 cigars and had roughly two weeks to work on it. A kit was bought by one of the officers overlooking the project to help maintain a 70% humidity for the humidor. I wanted something unique, simple, and functional. I designed around the idea of making a slot for each individual cigar with plenty of room in the middle to house cutters, the kit, etc. I did my research and found that spanish cedar was favored amongst avid humidor builders, however I didn't have that available or the time to get it. I also found Mahogany had many of the same perks that are shared with spanish cedar so that's what I went with. I made the edge banding out of maple as well as the castle I scroll sawed out, and finished with polyurethane.
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