rsetina

La Crescenta, CA, US
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Recent comments


Re: UPDATE: Wooden Boxes, by Doug Stowe and Strother Purdy

Great idea for a book. Along with my CNC machine, I think I could make quite a few great looking projects.

Re: Fine Woodworking and the iPad

I love every issue of Fine Woodworking. To be able flip through issues on my iPad will be a huge plus for me since I live on my iPad. It goes everywhere with me. Thanks so much for keeping up with technology and putting out such a fine magazine.

Re: Made a mistake? Celebrate it!

Turning disaster into a triumph. Nice!

Re: red oak and walnut desk

I don't know. I think it looks nice. It's almost an oak and ebony look. Sometimes photos just don't do something justice.

Re: Workbench clamp for perfect dovetails

I would have to drill new hole in my bench to utilize this jig, or enlarge a couple of the existing ones. I'm not sure I would use it enough to warrant that. Great idea though.

Re: We're Giving Away Grooving Planes!

This is way more groovy than a shaper.

Re: FWW Introduces New iPad Woodworking Apps

When I first read that FWW had some apps for the iPad I thought they'd be something new and useful. I too already have enough of the basics on how to use my tools. How about something like a sheet layout program so I can take it to my local wood supplier or an email of a materials list. Not stuff I already have. FWW can do better than books.

Re: FWW Introduces New iPad Woodworking Apps

When I first read that FWW had some apps for the iPad I thought they'd be something new and useful. I too already have enough of the basics on how to use my tools. How about something like a sheet layout program so I can take it to my local wood supplier or an email of a materials list. Not stuff I already have. FWW can do better than books.

Re: Cove and Pin Drawer

What a beautiful joint! I too would like to see how it's made. If not I think I'll try some trial and error and see if I can duplicate it.

Re: Miracle Shield Blocks Kickback

Look at the picture and you see long push stick, very dangerous and no blade guard when it could have been used in this situation with already installed anti kickback technology. You can avoid the kickback by pushing the material through the blade properly with the right push pad if the piece is small like the one shown. I guess this is for woodworkers who don't follow proper safety procedures.

Re: canoe

Beautiful job! I have to agree with skew. The RC and Ash look great.



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