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  1. Clock

    For this clock I used Oak wood. The species of lumber is the beech family. Some machines I had to use was the radio arm saw to make a rough cut of the wood I needed. I used the planer to make the faces of the wood smooth. Then the edger to make the side straight and even so I could use the...
  2. Woodcarving
    I was not sure where to post this, so hope this is an OK place: I'm hosting classes taught by some of the world's finest carvers and teachers at my shop in the Camden, Maine Historic District, right off the harbor. Beginner to advanced levels. Traditional & Classical carving, sign carving...
  3. Woodcarving
    If you're still in the upheavals of learning to wood carve, you're not alone. I've been doing wood carving since 1974, that's over 39 years, and I'm still learning this art. I've been doing sculpture for a living since I got laid off from my engineering job in 1991. Now I've carved wood for fine...
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