Ed, Nice article, thanks.
Just a comment, I'm puzzled by the apparent melting in the bottom corners of your meter - was that caused by something hot, or a solvent?
It obviously doesn't seem to have affected the accuracy so you got an excellent bargain there.
Regards - John
An excellent looking book to add to my library.
This would go nicely with all the other excellent books I have from Richard.
Count me in ... although I think us Brits are excluded from all your "win this" promotions for some reason ...
I don't see why people have to be so elitist over hand work, as though using a machine is a sin.
In reality, as always in a sane World, a nice mix of the two is the perfect solution - use what is best for the job in hand.
I particularly like the bandsaw for very efficient conversion of thick material; I like the table saw for its quick and accurate cuts, and you can't beat the hand plane for silky smooth surfaces.
Not sure whether us Brits are included in this competition, we rarely are, but just in case - please add my mame.
Sorry, forgot to mention - it chops all the image-related text off as well.
Nice article - shame your formatting chops all the images in half when you try to print the article ... and yes, I tried formatting the paper for landscape and the images were still chopped in half and pushed to the RHS of the page.
Count me in - looks good.
No, gsm627, it isn't a useless blog at all.
However, what is very annoying is finding out that when you print the article to a pdf file, the images are missing!
So, excellent article, shame about the back-up systems.
Kind regards - John Moran
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