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Location: Athens, Greece

Hi All,

We are two very good friends from Athens, Greece (yes, the place where the Austerity Measures and Recession never stops) Nick & John, and we have recently decided to get more involved with woodworking and wood projects in general.

Despite the fact that we are new to this hobby/passion of ours, we have spent many hours watching other people's videos and projects and we have already a huge list of projects that we would like to do in the near future. Of course, we have still to learn a lot and we are very happy to have joined your community of woodworking enthusiasts.

We haven't yet established a permanent workshop, and for the time being, we are using the basements of our houses, but we hope to change that soon.

So guys, we are glad to be here, and we hope to have the chance to speak with many of you and in the process, learn new things, exchange ideas and develop friendships.


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#1 posted 01-02-2018 09:54 PM

Hi All again,

This is our first published project that we ever did. The idea came from the family of John, when he was asked to transform an old wine barrel they had into a planter. So we both jumped in and after a little research and lots of discussion on how we should do this and that, we started working on the project.

Frankly speaking, we were a bit lost when it came to sanding the tight wood spaces between the metal rings of the barrel, so we started using anything we could find at John’s, workshop and at the end (surprise surprise) what did the job was a metal sanding disk (which although was very rough and eating wood for breakfast if you pressed too hard).

We hope that you will enjoy this video and we are looking forward to your comments and thoughts.


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