I have often commented that with the new technology, Apple lets you Send
texts, dictate texts, and now send sound over text. Next thing you know
you will be able to talk to a person real time into a device that does
all of the above.
It seems he has the time, space, resources and skills to tackle whatever
tickles his fancy. He's got a video about building a wooden air-raid
siren; an item he does not seem to have any use for other than as a
puzzle to be solved. At one point he tests it outdoors on his property,
which seems to be of generous proportions, and not hemmed in by neighbors.
From what I've seen, even the common things he builds are frequently
built in unusual ways; he has a special fondness for box joints on
structural members, for instance.
It looks like fun.
I like the original (to me at least) uses for the table saw. But
he didn't say what the scaffold was for? I thought maybe he's
drywalling the ceiling. Or mudding/taping/sanding/painting it.
A nice job but a few things stand out. The scaffold has very
limited uses. I wouldn't want to be applying much force while
working up top. If it starts to tip you'd be grabbing at air.
I would create a shelf as close to the bottom as possible and
store toolboxes and lots of heavy stuff.
The cord problem needs a little thought too.
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