Anchorage, AK, US

been woodworking onandoff for years with magazines as my teachers.

Recent comments

Re: It's impossible to cheat at woodworking

Each person must decide what is cheating and what isn't. Each person works wood differently than anyone else. Some use certain tools/jigs. Others use more. Some use tradional and some use modern. while most it is a combination of the two. Thus no such thing as cheating

Re: UPDATE: Routers & Router Tables from the editors of Fine Woodworking

oh yes please...... let me know when available to buy also please

Re: The Biggest Lathe We've Ever Seen

The Video that DannyMcC posted shows a man that should be honored by woodworkers. The video here is interesting but I would be more interested in seening an article about the other guy. Thanks Danny

Re: UPDATE: Making a Welsh Stick Chair with Hugh Roberts

Nice, it would be fun to learn how to build Welsh style
u see all the american, european and japaneese styles it is good to see more

Re: Neckties and Tablesaws Just Don't Mix

I have had a tablesaw injury. Fortunately not too bad I still have all my fingers. Now....
I do not care if he never turned on the saw for the photo op or not. What I do care about is the pure stupidity and dangerous act he is showing in the photo op by wearing the tie. If he is so into safety WHY is he breaking one of the first cardinal rules.

As for the SawStop. Once it comes into my price range (wood hobbyist). I will be one of the first in line for it.
Take the law and shove it!

Re: UPDATE: Making Wood Tools with John Wilson

This sounds like a good book with the asides added it should be great reading and learning

Re: UPDATE: Fine Woodworking Best Workbenches from the editors of Fine Woodworking and a special magazine issue, Workbenches.

This sounds like a real good deal. I am using a pieced together workbench (basic style) until I can get all the supplies to build one, which will include a face and tail vices and bench dogs. Love both the online and the magazine
Thank you,

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