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Bill White

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#1 posted 01-23-2012 10:21 PM

ALWAYS use good blades on anything. Why did it take me so long to learn that tip?
New tools aren’t sharp.
Learn to sharpen.
Lighting is a must.
Most of the time old tools are good tools.
Sandpaper is expendable.
Don’t keep crap.
Clean the shop after each work day.
Organize.
Get an air compressor and a good vacuum. Both will help ya clean and organize.
Get a good line of credit (don’t call Dave Ramsay).
The shop MUST have adequate electrical power.
Oh! NOTHING built or finished on a TV or video show can be acomplished in the time shown.
Bill

-- bill@magraphics.us


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