If I had 40hrs/week of papers to push, I'd have him on it. He's a good kid, hard worker and very eager to please. But he grew up without a masculine influence and knows very little about anything. He has no problem getting his hands dirty changing axle bearings, but until I told him to change them, didn't know axles had bearings or what they were for. There are a lot of "training moments."Good candidate for a desk jockey !
I don't want to forget to reply to this. I'm still browsing that site. Lots of information, hard to not get side tracked. Thanks for the suggestion.Have you looked at gadgetbuilder.com website = there you can find a four facet drill sharpener that will sharpen up to .5 inch diameter bits and is simple to use (not necessarily to make) Just more ideas to consider
If you are going to go through the work of adding human figures to a rendering at the very least give them eyes.
Or at least title the thread "featureless humanoids using a tool" (-:
Aw shucks, fellers ... at least Josh has a mouth ... which is more than you can say for Dilbert.It's sketchup. Each time you create a new model they drop this faceless creep "josh" into the center. My first step is usually to delete him but I decided to keep him around for scale this time.
It does have a serious price tag if purchased new, but then again it was probably cheap as far as the military was concerned. If you remember this was the era when they were paying $500.00 for a toilet seat and $700.00 for a hammer. On the other hand I paid only slightly more for it than I did for my original Drill Doctor. It came with a nearly complete set of collets, and a spare wheel.Over seven grand new. This is one serious drill bit grinder.