rtibbs2018 wrote:I think after I retire, next year I may need to learn how to slow down.
I hate to disappoint you Leo however, I've been 'retired' for several years and I'm busier than ever.
Often wonder how I had time for a 'real' job.
CarveOne wrote:Excellent design work and implementation Ted. I have a couple of Wayne Barton books also. Books on chip carving, and books on leather belt designs are also very good sources of inspiration.
As for being retired, I'm still waiting for it to happen. I filled out all of the official paperwork at 65 y/o, but it hasn't happened yet, and that was 9 years ago. I have only gotten busier than ever since designing and building my two CNC machines. We'll have to swap visits sometime. I'm maybe 1-1/2 hours drive away from Leland.
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