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Posted on Tell me about the Pacific Northwest - Portland/Seattle

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BillJ_Portland

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#1 posted 08-13-2014 08:55 PM

I live in Portland.

For a smaller “big city”, I think Portland has a pretty good woodworking community:
Examples:
-Crosscut Hardwood- Great hardwood, softwood and plywood selection
-Sustainable Northwest Wood (http://www.snwwood.com/) – These guys get a lot from a local FSC certified lumber suppliers
-Mr Plywood – The name says it all
-Woodcraft
-Rockler
-Woodcrafters – woodworking tools, supplies and lumber
-Barbo Machinery – Sales of new and used wood working machines from hobby to professional grade
-Northwest woodworking Studio – Gary Rogowski
Bridge City Toolworks – For the high end precision hand tools
And many more resources. I think you will be pleasantly surprised when you do a bit of your own research.

Good luck and a future welcome to the northwest, wherever you shall land.


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