So one of the other projects I wish to accomplish this year (towards spring/summer) is a foot powered grinding wheel. gives you a vague idea of what I’m going after. The image, btw is from http://autonopedia.org/crafts_and_technology/...
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Location: Naperville, IL
I'm a composer based in Naperville, IL. Interests include green woodworking, spring pole lathe turning, traditional hand tools and techniques, traditional farming and logging, decorative concrete, stoneworking, traditional plastering, and masonry in general.
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So, after the disaster of last year, it’s time to once again plan the disaster of this year! Last year, you won’t recall, I planned to build a massive all-weather roubo style workbench, and after designing what I still feel is a rea...
http://willmego.com/outdoors/2011/03/10/2011-workbench/So having promised my Mom a workbench for doing some stone carving, I’ve decided I’ll make myself a decent-sized (read: massive and hundreds of lbs) Roubo style workbench, connecting the thick...
Well, it’s been a painful blur of a winter, and spring is pretty much fixin’ to spring (maybe) here in northern Illinois, so it’s time to plan out all those projects I haven’t been able to do all winter: So here’s the us...
I was fortunate to get a visit today from Kyle Kinser, a student of Krenov and master woodworker (he’d probably not want me using that title, but I call it like I see it.) Who was in town and as usual, took pity on a semi-hapless amateur suc...