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to screw around with the software, or do I have the option of seeing if I can master it first.... then buy a machine? Considering that, do I even need to learn the software, or can I just machine stuff others have dreamed up?
I look back at some of my very early projects (and even later ones with which I've had difficulty) and have developed a motto: * do the best you can with your skill level today * learn something from your work * let your next one show your improved skill and * it's not a mistake, it's an opportunity for a design change And I have a poster in my shop to remind me: Skill is made, not born in us, and it advances best through difficulty. -- Charles Hayworth.
Just got back home this afternoon from TAW Symposium in Franklin , TN. Saw Ashley Harwood, Harvey Meyer, Jacques Versery and Jason Clark. Had a great time and got some new stuff to try and ideas to improve my turning.......oh and spent way too much on tools and wood.
Guys, since I have to take it a little easy for the short-term future and I seem to learn better from visual input can you sugest some of your favorite YouTube WW. I have subscribed to most of the more well known ones but am looking for any rare or new ones I might not have heard of.