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Location: San Mateo, CA
I should begin by saying that I am hardly deserving of being called a woodworker especially amongst those who frequent this site. Sure I have a shop with the typical amenities, table saw, router table, even a Festool or two, and yes I do work with wood to a degree...by default. I'm even a licensed General Contractor.
What I do is manufacture a new creative medium for woodworking. A few years ago I patented a process for creating solid marble and granite inlays designed specifically for insertion in hardwood furniture and furnishings i.e. virtually anything you can rout a groove in. My website explains how they fit as well as they do despite the fact the rigidity of stone might seam incompatible with the tendency of hardwood products to expand and contract.
In any case I had the good fortune to collaborate with Glen Guarino on a recent project. He designed and built an exquisite coffee table and I put 32 feet of 1/2 wide inlays in it. it was through him that I learned about this website and of the many creative and talented people that are its members.
There is much I can learn here and needless to say I am hoping to have the opportunity to work with some of talented woodworkers on some joint projects.
It could well be quite an adventure!
-- Sean, California http://www.seclay.com