After a tough fight between the hall table and the bench, the hall table has won. At the beginning the bench took a quick lead, but then failed to hold it as the hall table easily passed it. Now it is on to the next stage, the actual design of it. I will be figuring out how I will do this and then post more about the next step. Thank you to all who participated so far and please keep on participating.
The options are in and it is now time to vote for the project you want to see built. There is a poll on my blog (on the sidebar) that has the options to choose from. Click here to hop on over to the blog.
Just wanted to remind everyone that today is the last day for the “You design it, I build it” project. I will put a poll up on Sunday for everyone to vote on what type of project we will be doing. So far I’ve had a bench, hall table, corn hole game, and 2 side tables. Leave any ideas that you have and I’ll add it to the list.
I’ll keep this short and to the point, and while it does not involve anything that is labeled a “woodworking tool” I do use this for woodworking projects, so it does tie in nicely. I was looking to upgrade my metal lathe for quite some time, and thats a story on it’s own, but recently have finally found the upgrade package at a machinery liquidator 2 states over. This is my first US made and “Old American Iron” machine and you can just FEEL the quality f...
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I’ve got to go to a urologist tomorrow and I’m wondering who else has gone and what do they do? Yes I have noctoria and I have trouble stopping once I do get going. Listen, my dad died with prostate cancer, two uncles on my mothers side also, plus my grandad on my mothers side and my grandad on my Dads side. It just don’t look good. You know what I mean? Talk about needing some prayers, I’m begging you folks to hook up with your higher power, and ask for some help for...
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