Things have been slow around here lately.
So here's a thought.
I have been sick the past week, so I've been watching various U tube
vids by some machinists. There's a lot to learn about setup
(woodworking) if you watch how things are setup. There are some neat
So if you have some time, you might want to watch some vids.
On Thursday, January 9, 2014 10:55:54 AM UTC-6, woodchucker wrote:
n sick the past week, so I've been watching various U tube vids by some mac
hinists. There's a lot to learn about setup (woodworking) if you watch how
things are setup. There are some neat tricks. So if you have some time, you
might want to watch some vids. -- Jeff
Here's a video that's pretty neat: https://www.youtube.com/embed/1yWmqbltB
I wonder how much he would charge for a Christmas tree?
I also wonder what wood he uses. Must be soft and stable.
This sort of thing is a little too intricate for me. I would end up
stabbing myself if I tried this. I manage to stab myself on a semi regular
basis in the kitchen. I don't want to tempt fate.
On Thursday, January 9, 2014 1:50:20 PM UTC-6, Lee Michaels wrote:
The guy's name is Werbung Fischer. He says the wood is lime, similar to basswood.
Price list: http://www.kunsthandwerkstube.de/Christmas-decorations/Spanbaum-Spanzapfen/Spanbaum::14925.html?XTCsid 40f6ba6cce400112fe80c4d9693239
On Thursday, January 9, 2014 6:55:54 PM UTC+2, woodchucker wrote:
Just look on "woodworking". And look around. There are plenty of ideas, a collague downloaded a lot of videos of this guy in his barn doing lots of stuff..... from my apartment view it is heaven
Dream and decide what is next.... I did.... and some ideas have come true some remain dreams (not ideas only)
As I say - there is always a NEXT step to go
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