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  1. Hey fellas I need your help in buying some tools for carpentry as I am new in this field and want to start my own carpenter workshop so will be needed some basic tools for it. So suggest me some good brands for it.
  2. So I woke up and was working on a nameplate carving, with the Dremel hand craving kills my hands, when a question from art school came into my head. With the advancement in modern technology where do you draw the line between traditional methods and more modern stream lined methods. For example hand planing, some swear by it, some don’t even own a hand plane. Or carbide tipped turning tools that you don’t have to sharpen vs. HSS that you still have to work the craft of sharpening. In the art world they are always going back and forth on what’s considered an appropriate middle ground between the methods of traditionalism and modernism. Was just curious what people’s views are, as it applies to woodworking of course. Personally ever tool has a purpose it was built for and as long as that purpose is fulfilled the tool could care less. So use what’s best for the job at hand. Tons of boards for bee hives break out the thickness planer. Center piece for the living room made from exotic lumber that makes your wallet cry out, break out the irons and strop. But thats my thoughts anyway.
  3. I stumbled upon this last night; was in my Recommended for You list. You may have already seen it before. I never had but always enjoyed Modern Marvels episodes. It appears to be a little dated based on the appearance of Bob Vila, Tim Allen and host, Ron Hazleton. Some very interesting stories how some of the manufacturers came about and evolved. It's about 45 minutes long, so grab a coffee, kick back and enjoy. I only made it about 30 minutes last night before dozing off (was in my chair watching on my tablet)
  4. Interesting article published in today's Woodworker's Journal eZine regarding the connection between Chervon and Skil as well as Chervon's association with other tool manufacturers including Bosch. Worth the time to read IMO. Woodworker's Journal eZine Article
  5. Hi gang I wanted to let you all see the new addition to the addiction, called tools and woodworking. This miter saw is from Harbor Freight. I paid less than $100 for the saw itself, $78 I think it was, which is the lowest price I had ever seen for one. I got the saw, a blade and a extended warranty (one year extension), all for a total of $136. That is about the same as I paid for the grinder which sits to the left. I am waiting on the blade to come in, for some reason they didn't come together (go figure). This is what I have been wanting/needing since I can't fit a table saw in here, so that I can make perfect straight or angled cuts, and make my turnings more complex and fun. I will have to drill a few holes and anchor it before I use it. Next on my list, a router. Gosh I need a bigger place LOL. Thanks for looking and have a great day.
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