Here’s part of a European c-face motor with damaged connectivewires coming off the winding. It’s rather a proprietary sort ofarrangement powering a slow-speed gearbox, so I have to figureout how to repair the wires or have the core ...
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I got burned out on woodworking for awhile. I had some injuries. I'm getting going with furniture and casework again, with a more informed approach. My back problems are getting a lot better and I've made good on my long-term intention to get into making fine chairs. Marquetry is next.
I collect vintage machinery too.
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The end grain of the crest rail had to be carefully marked and carved/planed to fit the squared boards the armpieces are cut from. This is one of those things thatmakes chairs kind of funny where there are curvedparts intersecting. All it takes...