I’ve been using the cyCONE two years in the workshop and I found that its performance is very good. There are several aspects to improve, which will make it easier to use, but not much to do to improve their performance. However, the shop va...
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Well, for initiating in the subject is a good start … hahaha. For when the half-blind dovetails to make drawer fronts?Font: Richard ShedAnd the screwhead tape not wasted… lol Bueno, para el que se inicia en el tema es un buen comien...
My city has some beautiful specimens of ash in the streets, and occasionally must be removed (for sickness, buildings, etc.).. This time I was lucky enough to rescue this tree. I hope to use it for many projects. The logs could not be table are to...
1 – Parting the coneCut the top of the cone using the tip of a cutter, or a saw. When using the cutter done very carefully using the technique of chip carving (press cutting, no sliding).I left the straight (where the reflective) so that the...