Hi…I;m looking for walnut lumber with a “fair” amount of sap in it…I know most of us don’t like that …BUT with my process am looking for that and is really hard to find…thanks …kineowoodpottery…...
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Location: murphy, north carolina
Started in woodworking about 2 years ago..wood has always been my passion..in my previous life was a special education teacher; a country inn owner; owned my own antique restoration business so finishing was my specialty...had to teach my self to be patient as a woodworker to get to my "real" passion of finishing the project... two years ago I bought a used shopsmith along with many boxes of "stuff"..which included a ring master, which fits on the shop smith and cuts rings at various angles....all of my projects, most of which are vessels and vases are of my own design (using that geometry that we all hated in high school) glued together and shaped by sanding...since each ring is cut from one board you can design some interesting grain patterns as you build each piece...it can be rather addictive to say the least...my pieces generally are out of ambrosia maple, paduak, heart wood of ash, heartwood of hickory and canary wood....glad to be on board with lumber jocks..
-- marshall, murphy, north carolina
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Remember, that when using the ringmaster you’ve dealing with 1 board versus a large chunk of wood for lathe turning..I prefer to design my own projects first by drawing it full scale on graph paper with protractor etc…most of my wood i...
i’m new to lumberjocks…which I think is a FANTASTIC SIGHT and resourse for all of us…my question is can you sell projects on lumberjocks?...thanks for your help…marshall