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    Wow, that's amazing. I really enjoy these videos where people using crude methods can come up with something spectacular.

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    5 axis CNC machines are really cool but I would rather watch these guys.

    Here's one for 2500 Rupees. About 35 bucks US.

    https://pakistanicrafts.com/product/...el-bowl-hp-06/
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    The only "third world" part of this is working on the ground instead of up on benches. This is mass production with tools well fitted to the job.

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    Not a whole lot of measuring going on, either. Just exhibiting a considerable amount of practice. Even the guy cutting the boards on the table saw. No guards, and he's still got all his fingers, too. I wonder how many times they've gotten in 10,000 hours of practice?

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    I guess these guys didn't get the memo about safety shoes! Amazing work though.

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    I hate to be contradictory, could man on the table saw need his fingers, so he minds them; just like the lathe operator utilizes his feet and hands; there being no workmens' compensation admin in place?

    Monthly we pot-luck with other old house owners. The video has me considering one of these, just to counter the snob; always a treasure to exhibit.
    Yeah Pat, very nice.
    Now, watch this video.

    Not the normal me; fine things draw attention by nature, don't need highlighting.



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