Heigh-ho heigh-ho…

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Bob’s back (and Jason), to install the ‘partition walls’ that demarcate Megsie’s mould making area and cold shop. Lov-erly.

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Happy happy joy joy.

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[Tradie alert: take care where you put your jacket. n(Ed)]

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    1. Hey Jas – yeah, we’re pretty happy with it. Progress tends to come in fits and starts, but it sure is pretty damned cute.

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  1. Hey Pete – am actually trying for a bit of a minimalist/blank canvas as much as poss for the general workshop fittings. Otherwise once I’m cranking there’ll just be too much going on/visual overload.

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    1. Well, that’s exactly right. Though I have to admit I’d happily be distracted by a Joseph Cavalieri piece!
      We’re actually planning on a sandblaster (useful for both our practices.)

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  2. Sandblasters are under rated. Big potential. I’m going to try and get more people having a go at the variety of cold working glass. Aint rocket science and there’s a lot of misinformation out there.
    Met Joseph C when he was out here, nice guy.

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