The 2008 Woodworking in America conference is now history. It was a terrific event!
I will leave Berea on Monday morning, but I wanted to give a little peek preview at some things to come to this blog, with both photos and video:
Modern Tools: Tolerances & Myths – left to right: Schwarz, Lee, Sauer, Economaki, Lie-Nielsen:
Dovetailing, two sessions on video – left to right: Klausz, Underhill:
Bevel-up vs. bevel-down planes, video – Schwarz, Lee, Lie-Nielsen:
Forgotten workbenches and workholding, video – Schwarz:
Hands-on clinic: Bench planes, video and photos – not shown here, Deneb Puchalski:
I do not show here some additional sessions I attended. I will have video on a terrific session on Furniture Design, with Kevin Drake and John Economaki.
I hope to provide close to zero or minimal editing to the video, so that you can get the most benefit from the discussions.
This was a great first conference, with a lot going on behind the scenes with the preparations, etc., which were pretty much not noticed by the attendees. But a super effort by the entire group in attendance from Popular Woodworking – a well-deserved KUDOS to everyone who participated in the organization, and to those in attendance!