Quite an impressive reno appears to have happened down at the Woodworking Warehouse.
I haven’t seen it in person (yet), but tempted to drop down and have a gander after seeing these photos on Facebook.
A new store, in North Coburg apparently opened on Monday, and their first sale is this Saturday from 9-1 for everything instore (excluding some Triton, although I couldn’t find any on their website anyway).
Don’t know a great deal about Timbecon (them normally being in Western Australia) other than seeing them at the occasional wood store (and having a lot of rather bright orange machines)!
An awesome little story from John (Bridge City Tool Works) about a recent trip to China, where he found himself teaching the Chinese how to make chopsticks.
There’s been a huge amount of work producing the latest episode.
Multiple cameras (6!!), mics, lights, and a huge number of edits to produce the final show. A couple of weeks of shooting and editing, rather than my normal “shoot one day, edit the next”
While it is not perfect (at least I can see all the faults, like anyone can with their own project, be that a video, or something they’ve made in the shed), hope you like it!
Been a big reason for the lack of posts in the last couple of weeks. Glad it is finished!!
Currently in the process of editing the latest video, which is about all the different materials that can be routed on the Torque CNC, with the Toolstoday Master Collection of router bits.
Currently have 2 hours of video, shot on 6 devices simultaneously. And about another 1 – 2 hours of recording to go. By the time I’m finished, I will have had to edit 24 hours of raw footage into the final video. No wonder it is taking some time!!
And for a completely random bit of information, the Stu’s Shed twitter feed has just passed 1000 followers. Not a lot in the scheme of things, but still a cool waypoint from my perspective.