Can you give me some dimensions, please?
Ok. I want that burled maple board, please. Were the dark boards in your second image the ABW turning blanks?
Can you provide a few images of...
Love the spalted maple on the left in the first image. That thin looks to be about 8"x24". Am I in the ballpark? If so I would like...
Great! Looking forward to seeing what you post. No rush. My plate is full for the time being.
I need to craft a chess board and would like to know if anyone has 1/4" (approximately) wood stock in contrasting natural wood species such as...
Thank you for the feedback on the bleeding.
I'm wondering if Charles Neil's sealer would keep this wood from bleeding? I have some...
Thank you, sir! That solves my ID issue.
Any idea how to curtail the color from spreading everywhere? I french polish and this creates a real...
If my math is correct, the board I have works out to just over 46 LBs / cubic foot. Dense for sure.
Here you go. I hope this helps. My bench looks like a can of paprika was dumped on it.
It looks pretty much like the first photo I posted, so I suppose you could call it an orangish-colored wood. I forgot to note that it is very...
I have had a large board of this wood and now have no idea what it is. It may be useful for a jewelry box I am working on, but when touched with...
You're more than welcome.
My favorite finish - especially for veneered jewelry boxes - is french polishing. This is why pore-filling is so important to me.
James. thanks for pulling my chain. Please accept my apologies for taking so long to get back to this thread. I've been trying to finish up a...
That's all water under the bridge. Not to worry. We have better things to do. :good2:
Those rascals are indeed hard to find. Good luck with that.:drinks3:
Barry, took a look at some of your sculpture work. Totally awesome.
You may recall that years ago we had a chat about making candle holders.
I am sure that every veneerer has his/her preferred method of pore filling. I used to think that this would be a long-ago solved problem, but I'm...
Thank you, Josh. I appreciate the kind comments on the little box.
Being together as a family is what it's all about. Best of luck with the benches.