The exciting process involved in making nutcrackers include some turning, sanding, painting, and assembling process amidst others.
Next, there’s the need for the following; a computer, Irfanview, table saw, band, saw, router table, drill/driver, various wood hand working tools, small welder and capacity lathe
The steps involved include:
Since the 15th century or more, wooden nutcrackers have gained prominence in Germany. But has people got fancy, the implements did likewise. Ever since nutcrackers and other wood products have gained popularity in German families. They’re now used as gifts alongside puzzles, as decorative and has been somewhat thought to bring luck.
When the 1950s began to come to an end, the highly skilled German; Fritz Rascher, began to learn to turn wood on a lathe. His tutor was a neighbour, and they were situated in a small town called Roth. Though short compared to Nuremberg located northwards of her, Roth has however grown in reputation as a home for manufacturing excellent nutcrackers, toy soldiers, dolls et cetera.
Now, Nuremberg; the second most significant place in the German state of Bavaria has not only been famous for its historical landmarks like the walled old town and imperial castle. Numerang has also been famous as the toy city of Germany. Much that the annually held International Toy Fair Nuremberg, the colossal trade fair for toys has confirmed this wide acclaim.