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Wood working

Post by Woodsman on Sun Mar 01 2015, 11:23

Before I got lured into the murky world of engine restoration I had a perfectly acceptable hobby. Namely converting lumps of wood into sawdust and shavings. The occasional byproduct was something useful or decorative. Nowadays, with my fingers permanently ingrained with oil, grease and rust, I can't pick up a piece of timber unless I'm wearing nitrile gloves. Here are a few examples of what used to come out of my workshop...



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Post by Mark15 user on Mon Mar 02 2015, 08:48

Hi Woodsman,

This explains your nickname.
I like the wooden boxes.
Keep up the good work Very Happy

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Post by tony RA on Tue Mar 10 2015, 22:35

Hi Paul
I like this collection a lot very skilful keep up the good work
All best Tony

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Post by Woodsman on Wed Mar 11 2015, 11:56

Thanks for your kind comments. Had to put the Petter on one side for a while as I've had a couple of rush orders for Mothers Day Very Happy

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Re: Wood working

Post by HobbyPaul on Mon Jun 20 2016, 20:38

Very nice stuff.

Been woodworking for two years myself but only last year decided to do it more seriously so built myself a workshed... this summer i shall mostly be fixing the leaky roof.

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Re: Wood working

Post by Woodsman on Tue Jun 21 2016, 09:02

Thanks Paul. Must get back to the lathe more often but oily fingers keep getting in to way Wink

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