Tony, not sure about the laser cutter part, but it's my understanding that all the marquetry scales start off as blocks which they then slice into a number of scales.tonydahose wrote:Paul, i am still trying to figure out how they make those wooden eagles. my guess is that they have some sort of laser cutter and they make a big block of the stuff and cut off slices for each knife.
Hey Tony, here´s someone that wants to say hi to you!!!!tonydahose wrote:i used to have 2 of them but one is now residing with its new owner and friend in Spain so here is mine, a lil kiwi with some fantastic colors.
hopefully in a few weeks i will be able to post up some new SFSW enduras
Yes, picasso marble can be very striking. Although I think perhaps "Jackson Pollock marble" might have been a more appropriate name for it.HistoricalMan wrote:I know I'm performing necromancy by digging up this old thread, but my word, the picasso marble in Cougar's post is absolutely gorgeous.
Does anyone else have any beautiful pictures to add?
I do this all the time, especially if great pictures involved.HistoricalMan wrote:I know I'm performing necromancy by digging up this old thread
Paul,The Deacon wrote:Yes, picasso marble can be very striking. Although I think perhaps "Jackson Pollock marble" might have been a more appropriate name for it.
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