The vision that creates is not in our eyes, it'sthe vision in our mind's eye that gives it life.
日韩区一中文字目To support visually impaired people , get the most out of thewonderful pleasure of woodworking.
Whether you just want to get started or you are a journeymanwoodworker we can provide information to help you.
Perhaps you have been woodworking all your life as a sightedperson and for some reason you are losing or have lost yourvision. You can still continue to enjoy your craft safely andsuccessfully.
A blind or visually impaired woodworker uses the same tools andpower equipment as a sighted person. The only real difference ishow we mark and measure.
Woodworking for the Blind Inc. provides free MP3 recordings ofcurrent woodworking publications exclusively for the use of blindand visually impaired woodworkers.
Our library contains over 2,100 recordings with over 600 hoursof content for members.
This content includes;
Recordings of Fine Woodworking magazine, Woodwork magazine,Wood smith magazine, Woodworking magazine, American Woodworkermagazine and Woodcraft magazine and are recorded in MP3format.
All recordings include the text of woodworking articles ontechniques and design, how-to-build-it articles, tips, toolreviews, shop methods, finishing advice, woodworker profiles andother general features. Recordings include descriptions of themany photos and illustrations that accompany the magazinearticles.
All articles are recorded individually and we have a searchableindex. In addition we have made some compilations on a giventopic as well as member favorites.
We also have some books not available from other sources like A Splintered History of Wood by Spike Carlsen.
A Complete guide to Finishing by Charles Neil WoodworkingCharles is a friend of WW4B and has generously let us post someof his content.
The primary way members support each other is through ourGroup forum. From Novice woodworker to Nenja classcraftsmen, everyone is welcome.
We can ask questions, answer questions and otherwise have a goodtime discussing woodworking.
To Subscribe to the forum, send an email to: Ww4bfirstname.lastname@example.org
The members of Woodworking for the blind are working on amanual to help a blind or visually impaired person get started inwoodworking. It is a work in progress but we do have a fewchapters finished.
The chapter on measuring and marking can be very useful forcraftsman of all levels. The Introduction and first threechapters are both written and recorded. Just click on the WW4Bmanual tab from the navigation menu above.
For the past eight years WW4B has hosted a woodworking work-shop.
This years summer work-shop was to be in August in Calgary Canada. Do to the Virus we must cancel.
Their maybe some type of work-shop in the fall. If we have more information we will post it here.