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Location: San Diego
My grandfather was a machinist and part time woodworker and my dad was a tool and die maker were .0005 was the standard tolerance allowed. So I had hoped that their expertise would somehow rub off on me when I started woodworking. However I found that my philosophy of measure once cut twice did not seem to match their expertise.
I have found that woodworking is an incredible field were your never done learning and you can hide most of your mistakes by intensive amounts of sanding. I've been doing it for about a year now and as long as my wife can put up with the bills I will continue.
-- To err is human and I'm I an expert in being human
|commented on||Shoji Screen Jewelry Box - More pictures added||02-06-2009 05:53 AM|
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|commented on||Boxes and leftovers||02-05-2009 06:45 PM|
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|added project||Quilt Rack||02-05-2009 03:15 AM|
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