Review of ‘Mechanic’s Companion’

screen shot 2019-01-08 at 3.01.58 pmJ. Norman Reid (whom you might know as one of the names behind Shenandoah Tool Works)  wrote this nice review of “Mechanic’s Companion” for the December issue of Highland Hardware’s Wood News Online. Thanks Mr. Reid!

And speaking of Highland Hardware, I believe there are still some spots available in my March 2-3 hand-cut dovetails class (a.k.a. Shaker tray class) at the Atlanta woodworking store.

Hope to see you there!

 

 

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Woodworker, writer, editor, teacher, ailurophile, Shakespearean. Will write for air-dried walnut.
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2 Responses to Review of ‘Mechanic’s Companion’

  1. I will see you at you class! I look forward to being student again. My last classes were at the North Avenue Trafe School in Atlanta (ask Chris Bagby about it). I have low expectations of my own skills. I am more a magazine/book reading and tool collecting woodworker than actual builder of things. On those angled corners of the tray, I hope you can provide some equations. That would be very helpful:

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