Last segment on our Fleury day... in green; MAF changed to the 2018 Tacks AS1 Skate last night. This is a huge change for someone who has been wearing the RBK cowling for ~10 years. I’m hearing the AS1 has an extremely unique combination of flex of lightweight construction - check out @goaliegearnerd for another image of his new skates - #🥅 #GoalieCrowd#MustBeThePad#ToolsOfTheTrade
In my experience as an architecture student, these are some tools I believe every student could stand to add to their collection of tools. When you get to school they tell you to get a bevy if drafting and modeling tools. I believe a saw, a block plane, a half inch chisel, a marking gauge, vernier/dial calipers, and a set of six and three inch dividers are a great inclusion that many students are missing out on. Most students buy a tiny saw kit with an aluminum miter box. There's nothing wrong with the box but the saw is worthless. It has zero set and neutral rake so it takes forever to cut through any stock larger than a 1/4". Which is really the only reason you should use a saw. I lend my saws out all the time. A proper saw is just an absolute essential for cutting basswood. Any stock smaller than 1/4" and a chisel is really handy. A lot of kids don't even know what a block plane is so usually they use sandpaper where a block plane would be a more appropriate tool to use. It's actually a shame that designers don't use dividers anymore. I feel like I shouldn't have to explain why they are essential to their tool kit. Mine are vintage lufkin which are really nice but don't come with the premium cost vintage (and new) starrett dividers come with. I use the marking gauge really as more of a slitting gauge for making consistent strips out of basswood, Bristol, chipboard, etc. It's much easier, safer, and more accurate than using a straight edge and a razor. The calipers might be a little overkill but I use them all the time for accurate (+/-0.002") measurements whether I'm doing a scale drawing for a small assemblage, setting the depth of my marking gauge, or measuring from existing small parts I just find it extremely useful and I don't go a single day without using it. With the exception of the marking gauge and chisel I bought all these tools used. There's no reason they can't be used. It's at least a hundred dollar investment but I mean you have to spend that in software ever two semesters. I think they're worth it. #architecture#architecturestudent#caus#design#handtools#toolsofthetrade#handtoolthursday
In my country, the actual hammer and hardie tool is not up for sale everywhere, I've travelled all across South-East Asia to find the complete set with little to no luck only finding counterfeit sets. The only place where the hammer and hardie truly exists is Italy and specific companies in the U.S., these require shipping and are expensive ranging from $400-$500 USD and the shipping alone is not guaranteed and of course takes some time, since I was in desperate need of a tool to break marbles and stone, I created my own mix and match of hammer and hardie, as demonstrated, used to cut marbles, I used a normal hammer and another head of a hammer which I sharpened to be used as the breaker of the stones, apparently you don't need a $400 set to make mosaic, this new invention of mine cost $10 in total.
I’ve been carrying this watercolor set around for years. In it are Daniel Smith colors, some from the gemstone line and the essentials set ( the six are said to mix any color there is) and my favorite color, shadow violet, a mix of viridian, pyrrol orange and ultramarine. The leather pouch has a button I made a long, long time ago of a sphinx. The brass palette is my own design. .
Vols conèixer totes les marques modernis que et trobaràs els propers 22, 23 i 24 de desembre a DFACTORY Christmas Market? ❤ Ves al nostre link, dòna-li a la bio i clica "expositors" ⬆⬆⬆ Més de 100 dissenyadors i creatius t'esperen! Divendres 22, inaugurem! 😉😉
At the workbench, getting more Christmas 🎄 orders made!
Priced at just $19,375 the RADINN's carbon-Kevlar Wakejet Cruise is a powerd wakeboard that lets you surf. It holds a lithium-ion battery, brushless motor, and comes with a wireless, waterproof remote. Hit speeds of 29mph, and enjoy 30 minutes of fun.