And I do it for you. Details on the Crucible blog here.
— Christopher Schwarz
Maybe it’s a trick of lighting, but I’m furiously Googling ‘What metal oxidizes blue???’
That’s bluish concrete
And I bet Veritas thought they were pretty clever with their powdered metal alloys! When can we expect ‘Roman Concrete Workbenches’ to hit the shelves?
I thought it looked like concrete but in the write up they beat on concrete with it… is there rebar in there or something?
This confused me so much. I was thinking that you were making a concrete hammer for a good couple of hours (until I was reminded that you talk about it being steel in the Crucible post).
Does it do a good job of adjusting the dividers?
Crap. Now I want a new hammer.
No. It does a terrible job of micro-adjusting anything.
Blasphemy. And here I thought it looked like a lump hammer.
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Christopher M. Schwarz, furniture maker & writer