Woodworking is about accuracy, design and execution. And, when a project is carried out with machine-like precision, well, you have a perfect woodworking project.
In theory, that’s great. In the reality of our shops, however, sometimes things don’t go according to plan. There could be mistakes in the building or fatal design errors that reveal themselves once the piece is built. Some of those projects can be fixed, others, well…. some have to go to the great scrap pile.
This week, have you ever had to completely give up on a project?