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We think Brandon’s pretty clever, both with his creations and how he makes them. Lack of space doesn’t stand in his way of being a modern woodworker, and to transform raw lumber into a bottle opener, he meticulously takes 16 steps from start to finish. As his limited workshop space doesn’t allow for 16 different areas for each task, he works in batches, working through 30 or so works in progress per tool or station. This way of building is pretty time efficient, freeing up time to add in the small details. Details like the magnets to hold it on the fridge when not in use, and under the bent nail to catch any loose caps when you pop a top.