Seriously,,, I have watched your posts ove the years and perhaps, you are way past your abilities, and the capabilities of your tools...I would suggest you get a pro to solve your problems and be done with it in an hour or tow.
you suggest i find a pro to cut a small wooden dowel?
Absolutely, yes I do...Find a wood shop, maybe a high school, or a carpenter, or some one with much more experience and equipment,,,and ask them....If I were near by,,,I would cut them for you for free. Quick and easy,,,
I realize im no expert in the world of woodworking or construction, and lack many more specific tools.. but i do know how to cut a small piece of wood. I was just looking for ideas on how to do it better and more efficiently. - Iv been making these basic huts for a long while. They might not be anything pretty, but they are for animals that are going to chew em up anyway. As long as they are safe, im not worried about looks. (No nails, screws, toxic glues etc.)
These are some from years ago..
same version but smaller, for the smaller critters
I can do them.. i just want to improve the method. And asking questions/seeing how others do things is a more efficient way for me to learn.
As for the other projects over the years, 98% of those were for the demo/cleaning/prepping/and building of a room in the basement suitable to my chins specific needs. While it took a long time... i actually did finish it. I put my chins in there last summer and so far it has worked exactly how i needed it to. May have taken 10 million questions.. but i did it. - Would i have liked to hire someone that could a better job, yes. But they was way out of any budget i could muster. So i do what i can with what i have.