Payson Temple Box
  • Payson Temple Box

Payson Temple Box


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The Payson Utah temple has several unique features that made it fun to build. First, similar to a few other temples, it is constructed in a split-level fashion – the front is three stories tall, while the back is four (which also made the entrances at two different levels). Second, there are curved walls on every face and on the spire. As a result, I had to incorporate three different sized poplar dowel rods in my temple box.

Third, though it does not have the biggest footprint, the Payson temple box turned out being the tallest yet. The Payson temple box includes 82 parts and measures 5¾” x 8” x 8¼”, with a box capacity of about 40 in³. It is made primarily of pine with some poplar dowel rod and birch plywood.

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