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  1. Fix it or trash it?

    I learned a lesson this week. It takes no longer to work with good wood than it does to work with flawed wood. I had a piece of what I thought was nice walnut. After assembly and during sanding I realized it was brittle. There are several spots where the wood chipped out while being sanded...
  2. Solid Mesquite Sculpture Stands

    A client/friend of mine wanted to make two new bases for some sculptures he recently purchased. He wanted to make a mesquite base that had "cracks and natural flaws" but also had very smooth squared surfaces that would show off the grain. I took on the job not only because it tested the limits...
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