With the CC Sled (nearly) completed, in the last blog entry, it was time to put it to use.However, it was not safe for human (or my) use….There wasn’t a “Blade Guard Box”, nor did I have any hold downs.This left fingers in ...
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I'm an avid DIY'er "wanna be" woodworker. I am currently working on setting up my shop. I have the basic tools/machines and am ALWAYS looking for more. I plan on making one of a kind items for gift giving. If I get good enough perhaps I will make a line of items to be sold on fleabay or a future website, time will tell. Looking forward to meeting and getting to know everyone here.
-- Randy-- I may not be good...but I am slow!
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Besides motivation, energy and time….I need a cross cut sled. I’ve checked out most of the various sleds and “Super” sleds here on LJs, from the basic to the multifunction/multipurpose sleds. All these possibilities led ...
The NSA denied my Gub’ment Security Clearance….So, I now have Zero-Clearance!!! I’ve had my C’man 113 Contractor TS for a while now. I never bothered making Zero-Clearance inserts. There was no point, my skills do not wa...
I’ve had the pleasure of watching fellow LJ’er William learn the art and techniques of turning. He has produced some amazing pens, that someday I can only hope to emulate. Upon seeing his early pens, I had a thought of a pen without...
This blog will chronicle my “Pen Turning Travails”.... Not only am I new to pen turning, I’m new to turning in general, so my early efforts will be that of a greenhorn caliber. I’m trying to do about four or five pens a ...