I probably visit the Etsy website twice a year and for good reason. As a craftsman, there’s something that repels me about it. Almost like i’m witnessing the devaluation and slow painful death of people who create things with their han...
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Im 51 years old and have been doing Architectural woodwork for about 32 years now. Wow! I guess time flies when you're having fun.
I have a 600 sq ft garage shop where i have a Felder BF-49 combination jointer, planer, shaper, mortise and table saw machine. Besides lots of small power tools i also have a Grizzly horizontal sander, a small Jet dust collector, a Shop Fox version of a William & Hussey moulder, a Rockwell 10" radial arm saw, and a Magnum 14" bandsaw thats probably a few years older than me.
Custom entry doors seem to be my most frequent projects , but i enjoy the variety of possibilities in woodworking and sometimes head off on some pretty wild tangents. We gotta keep it interesting and fun!
-- "The way to make a small fortune in woodworking- start with a large one"
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