|Forum topic by FlyWilde||posted 03-20-2011 11:09 PM||910 views||0 times favorited||3 replies|
03-20-2011 11:09 PM
EDIT: Found an incredible local source for wood turning instruction.
The work shop is nearing completion (for this stage … lol) and I live near Gaylord, MI. The power tools should be delivered about the 1st week of April. Even though what hair is left is grey (OK, ‘clear’ might be more accurate) I am something of a newbie to all of this. I’ve built some projects over the years but nothing major and certainly nothing of real quality. One-on-one instruction steepens my learning curve far more than books and DVDs.
Specifically, I am looking for someone coming to my place and helping me set up, trueup, tune and tweak some new power tools (lathe, cabinet saw, drill press, joiner, router table, bandsaw).
I am willing to pay cash, have a very flexible schedule, my work shop is heated and the stuff I bought isn’t junk.
So…. if you’re near, have the skills and are interested, let me know.
-- Victor Grayling, MI "The cure for anything is saltwater .... tears, sweat or the sea."