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  1. I just saw a news report that people are poaching the burls growing on the Redwood trees in California. Here is a related item from the NY Times http://www.nytimes.com/2014/04/09/us/poachers-attack-beloved-elders-of-california-its-redwoods.html?_r=0 I can't believe that the money grubbing bastards would stoop so low. Please be careful where you buy your burl wood.
  2. For the record, the carving is in China. It stands 16’ tall and 13’ wide. It’s 47-1/2’ long. Made from a single redwood log. Which tells me that it was a huge tree. It took 3 years to carve.
  3. Today's project was making 1200' of used redwood bevel siding into 1200' of new bevel siding. They wan to end up with at least 700 feet after the decorator gets done picking for color. Started as 6" wide ended @3.5" wide. This siding was new about 10 years ago. I don't know where they got it but it must have been very expensive. Vertical grain, clear heart. It is going to be used to cover a shed on an estate. So far we have only found one nail, amazingly enough before we hit it. Since our molder doesn't have tilting feed works we are doing all the work on saws and shapers. The straight line rip saw took two passes to get the center part out so no nail holes would end up showing. Then we made a tilted table for the planer to take all the parts to the same thickness, didn't work well. So we put them through the Gomad tilt shaper to take 1/4" off the face. 1/4" X 3 1/2" turned to shavings in one pass. The pieces that were odd thicknesses went through the widebelt on a carrier to take them down to the same. Then all went through the SAC shaper to put a 1/2" radius on the bottom edge. We decided to put them through the 12/14" table saw with a dado blade to make the notch along the bottom edge. 5 passes through power fed machines. Took two of us most of the day. We now have a nice pile of redwood garden stakes taken from the thick edge. This is one of those things I really hate to see done. But at least part of it got saved. This is for the same people that had us make 35,000' of sapele T&G, clear, quartered and then painted it grey. Crime!
  4. https://www.uncommongoods.com/product/wooden-beer-caddy-with-bottle-opener
  5. Charles Nicholls


    From the album: Pens

    Side 2 from a slightly different angle.
  6. Charles Nicholls


    From the album: Pens

    Side one of this awesome pen. I finished it to a medium gloss with CA, because I wanted it to have a look and feel of more like wood than glass.
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