wood joinery, that is...
so far i think i roughly have one of three options...
1) the tradidional chisels set, hacksaw, rubber hammer... i sorta like
the abscence of that power tool noise and the "purity" of the artistry
in this option...
2) dremel multitool, which i don't know much about
3) several powertools, including a router
are those all the options i have for a kit or is there more... please
advise... and which do u recommend... thanks
When you're done trolling, go to the library and learn a bit.
I don't approve of political jokes. I've seen too many of them get elected.
Don't laugh but I chipped a front tooth (very small chip but razor sharp)
used a new reinforced cut off wheel face on in my dremel to very carefully
smooth the chip off.....took only one second & made an perfect
job......don't try this at home LOL
Jon (scarface) Down
No doubt, start with getting yourself a well made rubber hammer and
master it thoroughly: Study it, use it, feel it, think it . . . become
that rubber hammer.
From there (and I mean after a minimum of 3 years with the rubber
hammer) I recommend aquiring a hacksaw. Practically everything I've
ever constructed of wood I have done using only a hacksaw (and a
It sounds simple perhaps, but it can take a lifetime to master just
those two tools.
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