Tucson, AZ, US
I'm always interested in a person who has to make a living off his woodworking. It's the guy who has to put food on the table that has the real skills. Richard is who got me into woodworking. I spent a year doing nothing but turning, watching his videos, and reading his books.
Woodworking DVD? Another one to bore my family! Woohoo!
Maybe it can tell me how to bend strips of 2x4, for the cheap woodworker.
I learned everything I know about turning from Raffan. Nothing like learning from a guy who has to live off his trade. I'm still trying to figure out how he hollows out a goblet in 4 seconds.
Cool. Better than lacquering over indelible ink. CAUTION: you might want to seal the carving with finish before laying in the epoxy--it can bleed into end grain and ruin your work!
BTW, not sure how expensive the dye powder is, but charcoal dust works well--I've used artist's charcoal. I suppose pencil graphite would work well too.
OK, the penguins, probably not, but the second book looks interesting.
I read chapter 1--great stuff.
I read his article on making a blanket chest. Inspiring stuff, particularly about how to take the pain out of carving the relief front panels.
What's the background music?
I wasn't aware that the SawStop DIDN'T destroy the blade when engaging.
I assume the gov't will get it's way regardless of what the citizens want because, hey, the gov't knows best ;). D@%# the facts, full speed ahead.
In all fairness, if manufacturers are mandated to use this technology, they should NOT have to pay royalties to SawStop, or else let them devise their own. Hopefully the new reg will not be so specific as to eliminate all but SawStop's device.
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