I made a quick video while testing out my Stanley #45 8H and 8R bases. It was quite fun, this was my 2nd time trying this. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jsXt5w3PGro
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Location: Bloomington, MN
Software Consultant, pretending to be a woodworker.
Actually, I've been working my way into woodwork, so far it's something that I quite enjoy, and find very mind-clearing... Since I live in an apartment and have an attached/underground garage spot, I work quite a bit with hand tools out of my 2nd bedroom.
I've done a few computer cases, and a few odds and ends here and there. Nothing too horribly fancy yet, but I'm still learning.
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