Oops … Hardware Show!
So, as I mentioned last week, there was a National Hardware Show in Las Vegas, and I did go to said show — what I did not provide were the promised photos and tweets for you to share.
Now, before you let your imagination go wild regarding why I failed in such a basic task, let me explain. I was not on a week-long drinking binge. (No alcohol was consumed by me last week.) I did not get on a gambling “hot streak” winning and losing thousands of dollars as I threw dice or drew to an ace in the hole. I did not get hit on the head by an angry Nevadan and suffer from amnesia until a kindly showgirl bonked me on the head once again to restore my memory just in time to make my return flight.
I did, however, lose my iPhone (also known as my camera and tweet machine) and, therefore, you and I suffered from a severe lack of information … both photographic and otherwise.
Rob Johnstone, Woodworker’s Journal
Tom Lynott has transferred his love of nature and art into wildlife carvings, often made from found wood.
Turning bowls that are made from segmented turning blanks is a popular woodturning technique. Segmented bowl turning blanks are made from many pieces of wood instead of one solid piece.
Corded circular saw cuts 40 percent faster than competitor models and sports many end-user requested features.
LED work light features adjustable color temperature and a built-in stand. It can operate on either a RYOBI ONE+ 18-volt battery or an AC power cord.
I’m painting some kitchen cabinets, but I’m concerned about the durability of water-based latex paint. Is that the best paint to use these days for my application?
This reader took a simple sketch from his wife’s daughter and turned it into an extremely cool play table for his three year old granddaughter complete with a storage area and hiding place.