Hi everyone, Just got back from a trip to Reno where I was tutored in the use of the CNC cad program “torch mate, I can’t say enough about these people and this company, Jake, one of the Techs was great, Now it is up to me to practice what I have learned.
hopefully I will be able to post an example soon,
testing out the stove, almost done. I am happy the way it came out, especially the door. I was going to use it for my house but I think It is a little too big so I will make a smaller version. So now to make a “for sale” sign.
Lucy turned one on Nov. 10th she also turned into a wonderful dog. I have never been happier. she knows when to be gentle. she is playful around all 2 legged and 4 legged beast. She believes all on this earth that walks, crawls, or swims is here for her to play with. And you know, I think she is right.
This one a a few stainless steel picture frames I was asked to make. I was not planning on making picture frames. I had made one for myself and was having a picture mounted in it when one of the frames customers saw mine and and asked if I would make one. I enjoyed it but it is harder than it looks, The final touch is most important like any other craft and a mistake can lead to hours of redo.