Way to go Will. Great pictures. When I see guys like this it truely
supports my point that there can be a melding of Old World
Craftsmanship and New World Machinery. The quality of the work depends
on how much of a master the Master is!
And, not one Delta piece of equipment in the shop?
Sorry about that, I looked through my pics and I guess I didn't take any of
that. I'm kicking myself as well because I can't remember exactly what it
looks like. I don't think it was homemade though.
On Mon, 7 Nov 2005 17:54:59 -0800, "NorthIdahoWWer"
Maybe we can get Juergen to go take the missing pictures. Can't be
that far from Bonn to the Swabian alb. Anyway, he probably gets close
to it on his way to Geneva. :-)
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Thank you Will..........., I think.
After veiwing those photos, I feel like a ham fisted caveman.
A true "old world" craftsman!!
And that floor used to be quite common. Where I grew up, we used to get end
cuts from all the sawmills around there. We used it for everything. We laid
them like brick and nailed together walls. We burned them for firewood. And
they were used for floors like what shown in your photos.
LOL> >> After veiwing those photos, I feel like a ham fisted caveman.
Glad everyone enjoyed the pics. When we go back over, I'll make it a point
to go back to the shop and get pics of the sawdust press.
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