It was only after I studied the photo that I realized what a gem it was.
What do you notice?
Front and center is a Dosch miter trimer, which was patented in 1900; but around it are a few of the most modern tools in the woodshop.
- A wooden box with a Lamello biscuit joiner.
- Several cordless drills.
- A stack of edge banding for use on the edge of melamine particle board.
- A "Systainer" from Festool which contains "Domino" tenons for the Domino machine.
- To the immediate left of the miter trimmer is a shop-made fixture for routing a mortise.
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