|Workshop by wiz||posted 03-29-2014 11:26 PM||1412 reads||0 times favorited||13 comments|
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1. I’m ruffing out a heart carving with my chain saw in the first picture. 2. Me in my work attire when I carved at the Burl shop in Kerby, Oregon. 3. Me standing next to the beginning of a giant heart carving in front of my workshop. 4. Carving at my Dremel carving easle. I have a box with peg board over it, hooked to a dust collector to keep the fine sawdust moving out of the air. 5. Me standing in front of a carved heart in my shop. 6. Me carving away making sawdust. My favorite thing to do! 7. My carving easle. I usually have a dozen or so Dremels hooked up with a different bit in each. I have six that are hanging with flex shafts for the more powerful work and six or so of the regular Dremels below. I use variable speed tools for a diamond smoothing burr and a wire wheel. All the other are full speed ahead.
-- Gary "Wiz" Burns, Oregon, http://www.treewiz.etsy.com