This jumping spider literally dropped in on my laptop.
Ants are drinking from the buds of the Peonies.
The garden is just coming to life.
This is a test grind of a knife blank made from an old automotive spring, done by the person for whom I built the grinder in the first place.
I created a data graphic called The Tierarchy to show the common steps between tying various necktie knots.
I started an infographic about what solvents remove what materials (and what solvents remove which other solvents). There are a few entries for different materials, but it’s a very rough draft at this point.
I’m trying to restore an old Craftsman / Atlas 618 lathe. It has missing, broken, and oddly-deteriorated parts.
If you’re a qualified machinist, you may want to avert your eyes.
This was a full teardown and rebuild of the ShopSmith jigsaw. It looks like a scroll saw, but since it has only a tensioned spring instead of a walking beam (to pull the blade upwards), it’s really just a glorified jigsaw that breaks blades and leaks oil.