I was cutting some wood this weekend for a mini accent wall in the house and wanted to check the squareness on the blade relative to the cutting line (were the cuts at perfect 90 degree angles). I had just swapped out the rough cutting blade that I had been using to eat through 2x4s to a fine cut, 80 TPI, blade for these cuts through Shiplap pine as I was looking for a cleaner edge cut as it would be visible once mounted. In order to check the squareness, I used a 2-4-6 block which is a precision ground piece of steel that is almost exactly 2” x 4” x 6”. A lot of people may be familiar with 123 blocks and this one is just double the size in all dimensions. Turned out it was pretty square already but good to check using this giant block as well! Also worth noting, I took this shot on my new Samsung Galaxy S10+ using the wide angle lense. Pretty impressed with the phone so far and the wide angle lense has been especially useful in the shop where I am the one holding the camera and standing pretty close to the subject.
I am Minjara.
Ibrahim Saboune fell in love with wood carving since the first day his father, Fawze Saboune, took him to the workshop he opened back in 1972. Father and son share the passion of carving and treat wood as a precious blessing to create everything that’s beautiful. Fawze who is still involved in the business is proud of carving unique designs from wood till this day and sees in it an escape. The family’s love for the craft has attracted designers, galleries and architects from all over the country for years now and their art is still gaining fame every day. Today Ibrahim, the modern face of the company, is seeking change and business development to secure the continuation of this honored form of art in Tripoli.
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Small bath, big impact! Colors and patterns in paint, tile and countertops gave this guest bath a fresh, inviting new look. From our Woodlawn Avenue project