Once you put one of these in your hands and spray a bit, you’re going to believe you need one in your shop. Here’s a decent video, get to about 2:30 and the real meat of performance begins.  You can always come on down to Woodworkers Source to check one out, but here’s a video …Read More

Did you know that there are 10,000 species of wood in the world that are harvested for timber? What’s even more interesting is that there’s an entire international group of wood fanatics who collect, trade, sell, and share sample specimens from these 10,000 different species. They’re collectively known as The International Wood Collectors Society (www.woodcollectors.org). …Read More

It was 1937 in India when George Nakashima built his first wood furniture.  He’d been trained in architecture and worked under an American architect Antonin Raymond for several years. Nakashima moved to Seattle in 1940 and taught woodworking for a short period until he was sent to Camp Minidoka, a World War II Japanese interment …Read More