Paul Akers used FastCap’s SpeedBrace to create a floating bench in his entry way. This just show how Lean is practical and beautiful!
Paul Akers designed a Clear ChopShop Sawhood made with plexiglass for his home shop. His chop saw sits in from of the window so he didn’t want to block the light, or see the saw from outside. This currently isn’t a FastCap product, but base on interest, it might be.
Continuing on the bathroom theme, Jen walks us through the improvements she made to her bathroom at home. For more information on FastCap’s Traction Dots, visit our website. For more information on FastCap’s FastWrap, visit our website.
Paul Akers describes the pull/push environments using video he received from Alikhan showing his two sons in a pull battle.
Want to know my secret…and Lean…weapon against moles?
Paul Akers uses Lean to improve how he waters his yard…and has a little fun, to boot!
Happy Independent’s Day! This Thomas Riner video showing how Thomas Jefferson fixed what bugs him seem appropriate to share again today!
Allen Bonthuis sent us this video and said, “You and 2 second Lean are a great inspiration to me working in the agricultural field and trying to help my customers get started in Lean. You have also inspired me to take Lean into my own woodshop and there are some videos of that coming soon to YouTube and Facebook. What I wanted to share with you today though is my fun day in the shop with my grandson yesterday. He started asking questions about my new work table and why I was taking apart my old work bench and well you can see for yourself what happened…”