I want unique things, as long as they are identical! My magazine page home decor demands it! Serial production of uniqueness???
Which style of tools should we use? Are pull better than push? If a katana slices a silk scarf floating to the ground, the tools from that culture MUST be good. Right..? Onegaishimasu!
Splitting bed rock open is usually a blast! A slightly more safe way is using feathers and wedges. Feathers… and wedges????
And it took only a week to do so! I noticed some minor cracks in one of the planks of my side table top, but thought nothing of it. Until I sat a while in silence next to the table. Then I raised up.
Measurements is meaningless unless you know the uncertainty, Walter said. Being a physics professor, SI units was the norm. Join the dark side of the empire, and you’ll wonder how many Fahrenheit there are in a cup.
I had a run-in with the DDS (Dust Distribution System) on my miter saw the other day. I was not amused…
And the chips won’t come free either! Did you buy a shiiiny thingamabob with a good brand on it, only to find bob’s twin in another color for less money? Gotta move those colors…….
I have often thought to myself “God, I’m simple” whilst enjoying simple things such as the feel of a well planed board. Is “simple” a negative term, really? Should we celebrate a simple life more?
Selling things you make is fun – it is fun that people value what you do. But what should it cost? Here’s a bag of cents to get you started.
Dust collection is absolutely not just for sissies! There’s nothing manly sneezing a couple of particle boards after a shop session. Nor is breathing through a permanent piece of luggage, so take this topic seriously!
Every woodworker worth his shavings should rip a tree out of the woods, cut it to planks and make stuff out of it!