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Georgetown, TX, US
Grew up a poor country boy in south Texas, joined the Air Force, went back to school to become an electrical engineer. Was one of the lucky guys that road the early microprocessor design wave at Motorola and AMD. Decidied to move the software side of the industry and had to retire early from Cadence due to too many back surgeries (5 major and many minor). Took up wood working (had done some when I was much younger) to keep the mind sharp and the hands busy. It took 3 years to build a good workshop environment. I have since built a lot of furniture for my kids and friends. I plan to keep building furniture for fun so long as the body holds out.
I designed this for my daughter, Erin. It is a jewelers tool box for today's hobbyist jewler. The chest stands 50 inches tall with a 24 inch by 24 in…
This was one of my early designs and builds and my first chair design from scratch. There were many plublic resources from the web that were used to influence the…
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