Many complex shop tasks can be simplified with basic geometry. One good example is laying out an Octagon on the end of a square board. The math required to calculate the distance from the corner to the next point on the Octagon is more than I care...
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Location: South Dakota
I live a full life in rural South Dakota.
I have a beautiful family and great friends.
I work as a design engineer at my day job.
I woodwork as Wisp Woods, see me at www.wispwoods.com
I teach about using electronics in wood projects and in your wood shop at www.thelumberlab.com
Wishing you all the best!
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Stanley must have been one heck of a woodworking super hero to have ALL those tools named after him. Personally, I can’t wait for the day when we can 3D Print tools. Then we can put our OWN names on them!! This project is a step in tha...
If there is one thing that gets me more excited than woodworking, it is 3D printing. My best days are when I can 3D print something that indulges the word nerd within. That is why I’m so excited to share this with you! I don’t o...