Author Topic: Who is the Festool or Woodworking (Hero) person you would most like to meet?  (Read 24763 times)

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Online Holmz

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@alkaline would be my pick.
His work brings "a smile to dial".

And the inlay work of (dovetail?)

In a tie for third would be all the other fellows doing the littler things that I seem to relate to, or the ones providing insight.

I did have the honour of a visit with @iamnothim... and anyone who is in the area here, should fell free to drop in for a cup... But I am no hero. Neither within the haus, nor without. ;)

Offline Tinker

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I had the honor of visiting John Lucas a couple of times. I had enjoyed his How To vids and tool comparisons, and even bought a router table from him. Shortly before he moved to the Greatest Wood Shop, he threw a party in his shop in RI. There were half a dozen of us and had a very fun time.  John was very knowledgeable, but of more interest, he was so very inquisitive.  He was joy to talk with and he truly loved to spread his knowledge.
Tinker
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Offline iamnothim

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I had the honor of visiting John Lucas a couple of times. I had enjoyed his How To vids and tool comparisons, and even bought a router table from him. Shortly before he moved to the Greatest Wood Shop, he threw a party in his shop in RI. There were half a dozen of us and had a very fun time.  John was very knowledgeable, but of more interest, he was so very inquisitive.  He was joy to talk with and he truly loved to spread his knowledge.
Tinker

How cool is that !
Thx
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