It is currently 26 Feb 2017, 08:44
Commander wrote:Tusses, you will have to explain that statement as I'm not picking up what your putting down!
Rod wrote:Looks very good - could you hang a tray underneath to catch ash, fat etc?
Tusses wrote:Commander wrote:Tusses, you will have to explain that statement as I'm not picking up what your putting down!
I learned woodwork as a very young lad, from my grandad.
One of the thing that stuck with me, was to "soldier" the screws ..
as in, line them up nice and neat.
I always try to get a finished screw perfectly vertical or horizontal .. and always all of them the same way.
it's a bit OCD, but it looks good when done .. and doesn't take much effort.
Due to the screws I had available I was forced to screw down the top from above, not quite what I wanted to do, but it works...
Commander wrote:(My dad is an engineer so simpler is better in his mind, so it may end up being something very simple!)
Rod wrote:"An Engineer can build for a penny what any fool can build for a pound!"
“Any idiot can build a bridge that stands, but it takes an Engineer to build a bridge that barely stands.”
"An engineer is someone who washes his hands before going to the toilet.”
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