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    • Mr. Lentz Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for says:

      @Dave, Ha! well, if I knew the answer to that one I would definitely call them up and see if they’d pay me for posting using their tools. But honestly – I don’t make any money off of showing which tools I use, I simply bought the best I could afford a few years ago and am pretty happy with them so far. Certainly other brands work just the same. I have had experience with cheaper brands of drills and must say you get what you pay for. I am a leatherworker by trade so income is solely off of the products I sell, not any tool shown on the blog. Not sure what you mean by the sandal photo. I try to wear closed toe shoes whenever I am in the workshop. Cheers!

      • Dave the 1 last update 2020/06/02 says:says:

        Thanks for the reply. To me, it seems/seemed that the posts reeked of product placement – several photos that only seem to serve the purpose of showing what brand of tools you’re using. The explicit mention of the gripper also seemed a bit off. Bloggers/youtubers etc need to be paid to keep producing content, but I prefer when this is disclosed.

        Photo 46, in day 2. Watch those toes.

        • Mr. Lentz says:

          @Dave I actually blog and produce content on here for fun as well as once in a while to highlight some of the leather goods I have on sale. Any photos of brand name tools are specifically shot just so the audience can see what tool I am using for the job. Keep in mind there are people from a wide spectrum of experience coming on here, so a quick shot of a table saw or compound miter saw helps with the learning process. Thanks for being a fan of my work, I hope you continue to enjoy the blog! I have a few fun pieces coming up in the next few months as I step away from larger items into some small things.

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