Monthly Archives: November 2015

Re-turning to turning

Finally. Today I got back into turning, after a far longer break than I foresaw. The move from the old wooden garage to the steel cabin took a lot more time than I expected. I’m not complaining though, the new … Continue reading

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This Rings a Bell

I really love turning laburum. I know it is horribly toxic, and always take appropriate precautions. To be honest, I’m just glad to finally get some quality time behind the lathe. It seems such a long time since my last … Continue reading

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Almost There

Yesterday I almost completed the new shed/workshop set-up. The cabin was moved onto the sleepers on Friday when I was at work. Armed with my trolley jack, I levelled it onto the jack legs, then tidied most of the remaining … Continue reading

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And a Little More

I got some more of the bits & pieces squared away today. Mounted another light, but didn’t connect it. I haven’t decided whether or not I will need it. The large compressor is hidden away behind the panel on the … Continue reading

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A Little More Progress

I managed to get some lights up in the new cabin yesterday, and wired some additional power sockets for the machines. It’s a lot harder in a corten steel box than in a wooden shed though. Everything has to be … Continue reading

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