Friday, July 13, 2007
Two fawns in our backyard yesterday.
Henry started up Rhino, then drew two circles to represent part of his wooden train turntable (the red thing on the desk). Where does he learn this stuff?
This is a test I did for Paul from Bits&Bits. He came by the other day to learn how to run the Taig CNC mill he bought from me. I used one of his .003" radius tip 10 deg. wax profilers.
That pretty much sums up the past weeks. I had a summer cold and was tired and unproductive otherwise. Now my shop is a mess, there's a huge backlog of work and I'm wasting my time blogging.
I did manage to save up a bunch of links for you to peruse:
Copper Work: An Illustrated Text Book for Teachers and Students in the Manual Arts By Augustus Foster Rose
Honest Ed Died. I walked by his store every day on my way to classes at UofT
Even though I won't have time to play it, I preordered the new Combat Mission game.
Ann Coulter is a deadhead.
Wireless is getting under our skin This is some real science fiction!
The Kemp Micromanipulator
Making selected diatom slides
The Imaginary Toolstore
Today's Metal Detecting Finds
Delft University of Technology Ornamatics Programme
The Speedy Stitcher is always useful, you should buy one.