Woodworking Technologies: A Programmer's Perspective #1: Technology and Wood: My first thoughts of a new horizon.

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Blog entry by pmcwood posted 06-21-2012 07:26 AM 1543 reads 0 times favorited 0 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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Our journey starts nearly nine months ago when I first started working for a woodworking tool dealership.
Before that time I only had a small amount of experience in the construction industry dealing with nail guns, band saws, circular saws and the like. Soon the sheer spectrum of what all woodworking as a whole meant became apparent and remarkably interesting.

Suddenly there was a plethora of amazing technologies not yet exposed to me in the environment of a sterile server room. An opened pathway now lay ahead that introduced me to some amazing inventions that have not only changed the way people work, but also an entire era of human history.

Thus, I’ve set forth on a quest to learn about and introduce myself to a variety of modern-day techniques in the fields of chemistry, mathematics, and automation that produce products that help to aid the craftsmen, artisans and artificers of our time to shine to the limits of their imaginations.

I hope you enjoy the trip and welcome aboard.

- Art

-- PMC Router Bits, - Hammond, Louisiana

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