Well this time
“Two mistakes I made when I started making handmade lure”
Everyone doesn’t want to fail at first.
Of course I am, but I often fail. lol
This time I would like to introduce my failure story so I hope it will be helpful.
I think you can avoid things that might fail in production.
Every tree will be together.
At first I thought, but the tree I bought at the beginning was really hard and the blade was broken.
It’s much harder than I think of a tree.
Depending on the type, some wood is difficult to even cut rather than cut.
As a countermeasure, I arrived at balsa wood while trying various woods.
The balsa wood is soft and easy to process, and the work progresses smoothly.
Of course, softness has weakness because it is weak, but it is covered by another process such coating.
When I tried to cut it, I went to buy without sawing, and when I tried to cut, I went to buy without a file…
I didn’t have what I needed, so I was stuck each time it happened.
I’m always random…
It is best keep this area from the beginning.
If you have all the necessary items, you can work smoothly without stopping your hands.
There ere still a lot of mistakes, but this time I introduced two important things to make it smooth from the start.
But I think the most important thing is make improvements and repeat them even if you fail.
In order to make a beautiful and perfect handmade lure smoothly, repeated mistakes and improvements may be the best shortcut.
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