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Thank you. For me, you have connected so many areas of "knowledge(!)" that now make sense, both metal and wood. My father taught me a lot but was always a bit too busy, you know? Your skill and the way you explain is exemplary, thanks again.
to this excellent post I would only substitute "highly skilled" for "simple"! If this is simple, I need it!.
As Dan would probably say, the softer the mild steel, the sharper. The harder the longer ( might want to rephrase that one..). Like life and flight... it's a compromise.
Errr..@ KiloVision, I suspect English is not your first language OR you did not pay attention in spelling classes! You are a pompous jerk and I pity your son's role model. "proofread" is not a word, dummy! the correct form is proof read. This Instruction is well written, very inventive, knowledgeable and well written.
You are a gentleman! Thanks for the post.