Thursday, January 29, 2009


Tool modification of the day yesterday was a Kutzall carbide bit 3/4" x 1" chucked up on a McCullah die grinder. Without change it's an aggressive wood removal tool with good precision and fairly clean cut. Now it just chews right in with a clean cut. It took a couple of hours, but that will be made up by reducing hundreds of hours removing wood.

This is such a pretty maple. The scoop to the left shows some nice fiddle back grain structure. There is a large crotch piece of this maple still in stock. Maybe I'll cut that up today along with the mountain walnut picked up last weekend.

Still waiting for a opening bid on the doggy. I'll even throw in the chairs where the couch used to be.

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