You’ll see four foot controllers I use while working at the mini lathe bench. Utilizing these foot pedals allow me to focus using both hands during the production process.
Air & Power foot controls.
On the left side of my lathe bench are the air and power controllers.
The air foot pedal allows me to provide a coolant mist to my parts while machining them.
The power controls the shop vac which sucks in the fine spray mist from the coolant mister,Also during some of the sanding processes or turning wood inlay materials the shop vac sucks in dust and wood chips.
Today’s post is not about tools or how to make something.
This short tutorial is base on those of you running Windows based computers.
Instead I wanted to share with those of you that have your own blog or website how to resize your images for a blog or website for faster loading pages..
Most people know that a slow loading blog will drive your viewers crazy and most likely will make them move on to another site. This process won’t guarantee these visitors will stay but it will certainly help page loading.
There a hundreds of image editing program out there but I find when I transfer photos from my cameras to my desktop I can change the large image files quickly with out opening a program.
I’m sure if you’ll be editing your pictures the image editing program may be better. This is just quick and easy for me.
Let me start off with the fact that these designs are not designs that I came up with. Each rings design is found common place through other custom ring makers too. So the word “My” should be used only to reflect the fact that I made them myself using the tools I have inside my shop.