Robatoy (in email@example.com) said:
| [schnipfered for brevity...]
|| Yeah sure...
|| Talk to me again later when you don't have quite so much on your
|| plate. This CNC woodworking stuff has an addictive quality - and I
|| will not have any part of distracting you from the far more
|| important stuff going on right now in your life.
| Sis is back in Kansas City KS and in great care. My nephew and
| nieces are all over the scene and her doctor is a no-nonsense kinda
| guy... just what she needs/likes.
That sounds good - and sounds like the best things you ccould do would
be to stay in close touch with her and take good care of yourself.
| Which brings me to:
| I need to get myself caught up with back-orders and some rest.... so
| I'll have to be patient. On my way to see my sister, I could make a
| slight detour via DeSoto and maybe get a real live demo. That would
| be September-ish. My trip to the Carolinas has been cancelled.
Good plan. Rest and a bit of patience will help to keep _you_ whole
and healthy (and better able to cope with whatever comes your way.)
Not much of a detour, I think. The shop is only a good kick-back away
from I-80 (E-W) and just 15 miles from I-35 (N-S). BTW, if you have an
idea a-cookin' about then, bring a DXF and we'll feed it to one 'bot
or the other just for fun. I'll have some demos ready; but don't be
bashful about letting me know of anything you'd particularly like to
| Stuff can happen very quickly around here...so who knows.
Visitors have aways been welcome at the shop; and there's always fresh
coffee either in the pot or brewing. My earlier invitation still
stands for whenever you can stop in.
| I see a lot of potential for somebody who wants to make drawers and
| other parts for the area cabinet makers...your device can make
| somebody a living.
| I think about it often.
There /is/ a lot of potential - especially as transportation costs
rise and petroleum-based products become more costly. If we don't have
a _major_ breakthrough in energy production, I think we'll see a
resurgence in small local production facilities and an increasing
demand for products that can be fabricated from renewable local
resources. In the context of the wreck, I see that as shops like
ours - and CNC and wood. Already I'm seeing movement toward
downloadable "open source" woodworking CNC part programs and DXF files
on the Internet...
...and not just for drawers and cabinet parts.
DeSoto, Iowa USA