Flattening water stonessilicon carbide flattening stone I was asked how I flatten my water stones.This is how.It’s just to buy a flattening stone, the silicon carbides are app half price and does a fine job.I have never tried a diamond fl...
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I was born in 68.
Educated as building Architect from the Royal Danish Academi of fine arts Copenhagen and Constructing Architect from BTH, where I later became principal.
I am now retired due to a discus prolaps in my neck, and a bad operation... wich is ofcourse not wonderful, but has given me more time to take up the wood (life is what we make it).
Now retired due to health, and this have, due to periods of strong pain some big limitations (and natural daily pauses).
And a big child...
I love to use my hands, and to see what they can do!
I draw, paint, photographs, and have a soft spot for tools (too soft).
I have a wonderful workshop now, a studio, workshop, man cave, breathing space or whatever to call it, and it brings me plenty of life.
LJ interview Nov 2011:
-- Mad F, the fanatical rhykenologist and vintage architect. Democraticwoodworking.
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Workshop sharpening stationnear at hand This post is from my un-posted folder. In the new workshop I placed the water grinder in a different room than the work bench.So I thought it would be nice with a close at hand sharpening station right...
Ash bucket lidwood over ashes… I have stoves in both the home and the workshop. As a old boy scout (35 years ago), I do have a great respect for the fire hazard of ashes, so I wanted ash buckets to keep the ash in for some days before it ...
Alcoveman needs rest in his nest… Alcove for the new work shop, when I got my work shop app a year ago, I decided that it would be nice to have a place to crash and also to rest when I had a day with neck pains.So when I saw a pile of old...
BunmawashiJapanese marking compass I post my blog no 200 here, amazing how time is running and that so many blogs have been made from me playing with wood and trying to understand how to work it.I will like to thank you all here on LJ, for all ...