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I would give semi-vital parts of my anatomy to have this.
I love using hand tools. They have their own museum of early American carpenter tools. Mine might start out like this and then 3 things would be missing.
This has been my inspiration since childhood, my dad had the Smithsonian poster in the woodshop! This has been reposted so many times, and I always upvote it every single time.
This on r/interesting as fuck
We do. There are multiple references to Masonic teachings in and on the box, apart from just the square and compass.
Just came here to say the guy's name was 'Studley, how much more studley can a man be? Repost from interesting as fuck.
Thought this was interesting as f
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This guy was a 19th century Cnc machine. Continue this thread. This is the most beautiful tool chest that I have ever seen.
The original packout system! Fokkin hell.
Stuff on /r/mildlyinteresting is interesting as fuck and stuff on /r/interestingasfuck is only mildly interesting.
Now THAT is a toolbox to be envied! Freemasons would enjoy this.
That is beautiful. The original. More posts from the Carpentry community.
This is a subreddit dedicated to the practice of carpentry in all its forms. Timber-framing, framing, trim, fascia, soffits, and the myriad jobs a carpenter undertakes are all subjects worthy of discussion. Created Jul 25, Back to Top.