Trying to ID some wood that I just picked up neas Los Angeles. Click link below… http://lumberjocks.com/topics/48308
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Location: Orange County, California
I have been a Life Sciences technology professional for over 15 years, with experience providing innovative, custom solutions in the Pharmaceutical, Biotech, Government, and Academic sectors - project management, lab robotics, programming. I currently spend my days working for a local Biotech, and my free time split between family and the lathe...
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I have been doing a little research into a bowl finish that will handle boiling water. I e-mailed General Finish and here’s the exchange: Me: Is General Finishes Salad Bowl Finish, when cured, safe to use for applications that come in co...
Thanks so much for voting me into second place! I am humbled by the beautiful artistry that went into all of the birdhouses. They are an inspiration and have certainly expanded my creative boundaries through viewing each and reading the accompa...
Since it has been, and is predicted to be, hot as a kiln in the Northeast, I thought I might take advantage of it and dry some rough cut, green lumber. I sealed up the ends fairly well. Using it for a segmented bowl, so I’m not to worried ...