In a Cuttus Interruptus, tool tracks are a nightmare. So far, for me, the lightest of touch and the sharpest of tool cannot send tool tracks to the cornfield. If anyone can advise me, much appreciation. Note: Shear Scraping has been tried. This next pair of Montages (Montagi?) illustrate the tilting-at-windmills that the process of removing tool tracks with tools can become. There comes a point where one has to resign oneself to the sandpaper, lest one remove too much material. That comes later.
Then, comes the sanding. I went to 400 grit, and I can see this wood starting to sing.
Thus ends this short Blog on the process. The next entry will begin with turning the Thing aroung in the chuck and seeing what comes of the top/inside. That’ll wait til daylight and sobriety. The time now is 0230, Friday.
Thanks for coming along.