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    Blood Wood Carving

    This was over in the Boat Building forum but. I just now found all of these carving pictures so here's the link for you carvers. That want dull tools and really hard wood to carve.

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    Join Date
    Jan 2008
    Paradise PA
    i tried to carve some wenge, that dulled the knife real quick
    14x48 custom 2hp 9gear lathe
    9 inch pre 1940 craftsman lathe
    36 inch 1914 Sydney bandsaw (BEAST)
    Wood in every shelf and nook and cranny,,, seriously too much wood!

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    May 2006
    Iquitos, Peru


    Angus: The owner of these boats is a retired soybean farmer from Indiana.

    He lives here full time now and is doing quite a good job in tourism.

    Here is his web site. I assume it is ok to post as he has nothing to do with wood. I think you will find it interesting.

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    Thanks Jim very fascinating.

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