Adam, James, Cincinnati discussed on Creators Collective

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Live every normally every Thursday at ten a. m. eastern time though, yet last week in this week, recording Wednesday, due to flights. Speaking of which what you got going on that I am going to Cincinnati tomorrow. My my wife's sister's getting married. So no, let's see what I've been doing. I always have to think about it. I don't know if that means I have to have like memory problems when I get older because I already Adam, oh, forging stuff. So. Of course, my dogs gone crazy background. I'll let you guys go all on myself. All eat my bacon. Settled down by the time. It comes back around to me. I, I just want to say, I really impress James. I tried to like totally trip up your intro spiel and. You just kept rolling with it and he didn't lose your train of thought and Bravo, sir. Impressive. No. So I'm actually actually getting concrete poured like as we speak link the concrete truck, the second, the second concrete truck, actually the fourth, the second polar started today. First truck rolled up at seven. Forty five this morning, and. Yeah, so that's super exciting. You'll finally stop hearing me talk about, you know, pouring concrete all that jazz, but actually exciting. That means that I can get started on building the actual structure. Start framing walls. Hopefully this thing under roof before it gets too cold. But to be honest, I don't know if that's going to happen or not. What else? Oh, I just wouldn't take a look at some built in cabinets. For a job. They're renovating a house in the built in cabinets at. I'm really excited about this one because I just have to build a cabinet boxes in the face frames and hinges in and endorse and stuff like that. But I don't have to finish it. I don't have. It's going to be painted that have to paint it. I just need to build the thing and I don't have to do the thing that I dislike, which is painting. So you make India? Yeah, right now, no. Making them out of a Birch three quarter inch plywood, and with the poplar, I think poplar poplar face frames and doors because poplar takes paint really well. I might go maple, but I don't know. I haven't decided depends on the price of maple. I've been having a lot of fun with my three d. printer I am. I print everything now I have at like, I'll just print it. So I. I just made a to access swiveling gamble colder for my tractor. So I don't know if you guys are seen like the boat Cup holders that on an axis, their gamble, this is a to excess Guimba. Also, your drink doesn't spill when you're on. Inclines are rocky terrain it, it stays can level that was super, super cool. How do you? How do the bearing the the moving, like ball and socket or whatever? Has that work on their? Yes. This was a twin bead designed it on fingers or he designed it in, you know, whatever his CAD software was, but then uploaded it to verse which is a place where you can upload three d printing designs, and then it's like an open source breaking down people's designs that he.

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