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Kid In A Dusty Candy Shop: The Next Best Thing to WIA 2012

Posted on March 16th, by Andy Brownell in Around the shop, marketing & promotion, Publications, Tools. No Comments

What’s going to be the next best thing to attending WIA this year? It’s the Lie-Nielsen Tool Event on April 20-21st at Jeff Miller’s shop in Chicago! This event is going to have a great group of professionals and manufacturers all loaded into Jeff’s shop (recently featured in PWW in an article by Chris Schwarz).

Why am I making the 330 mile road trip from Cincinnati?

Because it encapsulates all things woodworking  I’ve been spending my time on over the last year:

Reading “The Anarchist’s Tool Chest” by Chris Schwarz.
Building a traveling version of the tool chest in walnut.
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The Perfect Combination

Posted on November 29th, by Andy Brownell in Around the shop, Tools. No Comments

Sometimes you come across a perfect combination of tools to completely change your woodworking experience. Using the Benchcrafted Moxon vise and the Lie-Nielsen dovetail saw is a perfect case in point. These two companies products are the Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup of dovetail cutting. Cutting the tails for my Traveling Anarchist Tool Chest made both the set-up and cutting a breeze. Both tools live up to the benefit they can deliver any user. Thanks guys. This is a game-changer for my hand tool use for sure.