Sometimes I seem to hit a slow time. I have a lot of things I need and want to do in the workshop. Some of them I consider very important. I temper that with the real fact that my workshop is just my hobby. Other real time events must come first, like taking a whole weekend just to figure out my taxes.
I also got very ill last week, upper respiratory infection. I crashed into bed rest for two days solid then struggled the weekend doing what I mentioned above. I didn’t even see Easter. When someone said, “He has arisen” I thought they were talking about me doing my taxes. I said, “So have my taxes!” What bad timing, but God understands. I remember the story in the Gospels when Jesus was asked about taxes said, “Render unto Caesar what is Caesar’s…” Right now I feel very well rendered.
Now is the time to do the same for God.
It’s done. I have moved most of the articles dealing with my hobby metal shop and other shop crafts here to “The Hobbyist’s Machine Shop” Blog. I may have some fine tuning to do when I see things that are not yet quite correct. All past members and readers of Ramblin’ Dan will have to re-join here. I could move a few of the regulars but it is a manual entry process so I would rather you do it for yourself. 🙂
I set the privileges a bit higher so (I think) you will be able to post your own messages, rather than just comment. So you can ask questions or post your own project. We’ll see if anyone is interested.
The Vectric Software that I use for 3D carving and engraving design with my CNC machines (and the main reason for HB2) has just published a new creative design program named ASPIRE. It is kind of a blend and update to their previous products with additional creative ability for 3D designs. For a look-see follow this LINK.
I just posted an update to my Home-brew CNC machine in The Hobbyist’s Machine Shop. Go to the Site Tools menu and click on What’s New for a direct link. ~Dan’l