it takes away the personality of our projects. the sense of warmth only hand made workmanship can give
I would agree if you where talking about a fine hand crafted oak table or chair. But the thing we are working on is after all a machine! So why not avail ourselves to all the technology at our disposal? (If we could afford it;) ) I don't have a problem using a machine to mod a machine! And BTW, I am a wood worker, I love to make fine oak furniture. But the least fun part has to be HAND sanding:(
Oh yeh, is the dremel not a machine?:blink: But hey, macDeviant, you go man! I love the fact that you are going to tackle this!:woohoo:
Post edited by: anil8tor, at: 2006/01/01 15:45
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