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post #41 of 44 Old 12-03-2013, 02:33 PM
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Every time I think I have a gear idea, I usually see it in one or another magazine before I can get the gumption to get it written up/submitted ;-(
I agree. There's been about 4 or 5 times over the past 25 years or so that I've made a jig or came up with an idea to use, thought about submitting it, but procrastinated until I forgot about it, and then I see it in a wood magazine. Oh well, maybe I'll change my name to Serge and start submitting, who knows!

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Hi guys,

I'm a human being and a woodworker (hobbyist). I started woodworking about 40 years ago. Since then, it's my passion.
Why so many tips? Because of health issues I'm confined at home, but still have the passion. So I spend all the time I can in my basement workshop and whenever I find a new tip or technique I send it to magazines (look at it as a passtime). Over the years I sent 425 tips, reason why so many were picked-up and published.

As found by Gref, I share my passion, my knolewdge and my experience almost daily on my humble blog.

By the way, because of illness I had to retire and I'm now 64.

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Serge? Is that really you? Hey, it's wonderful to have you here! Welcome. I've seen your shop and, man, you've got quite a nice setup. And I've seen a lot of your tips in the mags. Many of them are pretty darned good too!

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Thanks, Steve.

Yes, it is really me! A friend of mine sent me the link to this forum and I decided to sign in so anyone would know that it was not a magazine's fabrication. As mentioned, because I'm confined at home because of illness I decided to sit down and share my woodworking experience and what I come up with. I learned that creativity rises while the body is on neutral.

I like my shop and I reorganize it regularly since it's way too small and way too crowded. Nothing is fancy in there and I own must of my tools for decades. What I like the most is making tools, jigs and fixtures, what is greatly appreciated by magazines as I learned over the years.

Because of my illness I don't know if I will sign up regularly, but I decided to sign in anyway.

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