A surprisingly packed year, with several magazine articles and completed projects along with 2 talks.
Looking back on 2018 it has been a particularly busy year. January started with the launch of “A Little Saw”, a book to help you pick the right cutting tool for your project. The book has sold a few copies
As usual at this time of year, I reflect on the activity of the Workshopshed for 2017 Blogging wise the numbers have been fairly good, typically around one a week with a few slack months such as February. There have
For 2016 I had three main goals. Firstly to keep on top of projects and try to finish more than I started. Second to progress the Stirling Engine build and finally to visit the Model Engineer show at Brooklands. I
My main plan for 2015 was to built a little Stirling Engine based on a design from Model Engineer with some tweaks and castings. However even in January I was distracted by other projects. The Cel Robox 3D printer I’d
This year has been a great year for projects, I started the year by fulfilling a New Year’s resolution and mounting a vice. I also did a bit of upcycling turning some old scaffold planks and builders discards into a
At this time of year I normally have the same though, “not much got done this year”, this is then followed by a quick check of the blog archives and a happy moment of surprise when I see that actually
Due to other commitments, I’ve not had as much time in the workshop this year as previous years. However I did complete a couple of projects, in February, I got the magnifiying glass out and assembled a surface mounted tachometer