I am interested in finding out what others think. My buddy and I share a shop together, it helps keep the costs down when we buy new equipment etc. We have been having an on going discussion about the projects that we do. We are both retired and work on projects for family and friends. His postion is that he tries to get his projects done as quick as possible, sometimes sacrificing quality in a rush, just to see how it will turn out, he has been known to put 2 or 3 coats of finish on just so he can give the project to someone that day rather than wait 1 more day, while I can spend literally hours sanding or working on a project with no thought about time. I thoroughly enjoy the journey way more than I do the end product no matter what it is. He loves to get the accolades while I would just as soon give the project to the recipient with a simple thank you as payment because I feel like the journey I was just on to finish it was payment enough. I hear others talk about how much they hate sanding, planing, etc. but I look to those things as therapeutic, in a weird way almost fun. Anyway just curious to see what others think.
-- I just don't understand. I have cut it 3 times and it is still to short.