Not A Life Hack The Importance Of Geometry For Woodworkers With Chad Stanton
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With the advent of new technology like SketchUp, it's no longer necessary for woodworkers to look to their compasses or squares to solve problems as they work.Even seasoned professionals rely on software and apps to assist them in finding angles and drawing curves.
Sure, understanding basic geometric concepts a hundred years ago would have been a necessity, but with the precise tools modern technology affords us, is geometry still relevant? According to Chad Stanton, the answer is a resounding yes.
Many of you know him from the I Can Do That! series or from his personal channel, Woodchoppin' Time.Off camera, Chad also owns his own business, Stanton Fine Furniture.We sat down with Chad to talk about geometry in relation to woodworking, and why basic geometry skills are still relevant and useful to all woodworkers.
What geometry is, and isn't 'Geometry is an incredibly old form of math that allows you to find intricate angles or missing pieces to a puzzle by use of just some lines, you don't necessarily need numbers.
It's simple enough that people can still use it today, but it's accurate enough because it's been around since the beginning of time.' Chad said.Yes, geometry is 'math,' and the...