Just got an e-mail from my good friend, Lisa Currier, aka dustbunny, letting me know that she has just posted her first ever video on YouTube.
She is very excited and wanted to invite me to the World Premiere of her Video featuring the Torque Workcentre.
Lisa is a dealer for TWC in Connecticut USA. This is her first project using the TWC… other than routing grooves in the table top to facilitate clamping..
She used the TWC to cut “bird beak shelf supports” for the side panels of a cabinet she is currently making.. For those of you not sure what they are… watch the vid and all will be revealed… or you can click here..
The Torque Workcentre makes this rather tedious job a breeze.
As a first attempt at making a vid, I think that this was pretty good effort. I know how nerve wracking it can be..
Lisa is fine woodworker in her own right and may I suggest you visit her web site and see what other things she is getting up to…