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Dynacrafts. Handmade Wooden Bodies For The Dynavap

Rabid Kiwi

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As seen on the old forum.
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Now that I got your attention my name is Jonthan. I have a passion for woodwork. I also have a passion for classy Dynavap stems and plugs at rock bottom prices. Want some more pics?
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So what I do is limited runs of rare woods. I launch new lines once every two weeks or so with 7-20 in each line. Some lines are called Prime Lines. These are ultra rare cuts from ultra rare wood. The two you see above are Prime lines. They come about when something big happens. It can be a good big thing or a bad big thing. You can see my site at www.Dynacrafts.com you can follow me on Twitter @Be_Our_Tweets and IG @Dynacrafts. I will answer most any question you have if I can.

I really love doing all this, every step. From posting on here, woodworking, setting up the shop all of it. This passion shows in my dedication to getting it right. I want you happy. So please contact me if anything is wrong. I will do my best to make it better. I do this all at break even costs, people who buy my stems fund my passion for making one of a kind jaw dropping stems. Really I do not like to brag and I am not bragging. I let my work speak for its self, and I know I can not do this with out you all buying my stems. So you all come first. You get the best in the store. I get scraps and tests units. I do not mind this because I already have too many stems to count. I match them to my outfits now when I go out for the day, so I will be ok if I miss a few.

I have fun with it. I really do. I hope this finds you all well and as always.

Good Puffen! 07
 
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Khelek41girl

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I wish you the best of success! I started a little over a year ago, and this community (cannabis community) has been so welcoming and helpful! I love that people are starting to follow their passions and do what they love because it makes them happy! I wish you all the best and much success! Congrats on the new site btw! And don't stop posting pictures!

Much love, and never lose your passion!
 

BabyFacedFinster

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@Rabid Kiwi, your passion for this work is obvious and you create some beautiful pieces. I have been eyeing your new website, waiting for the next batch to appear. I'm gonna pick up the first stem that speaks to me. I really like the sleek shape of the stems in the pics from your post above.

Have you found that the tip end of your stems are able to handle the wear of regularly removing the tip for cleaning? I generally need to clean my tip and screen once very week or two.
 

Rabid Kiwi

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Now this is the Chani Line that is going to be in the shop on Monday. You can watch it change colors and the grain disappear and reappear. That video and pics do it no justice. The purple rings are not stain or paint. They are made by cooking the natural resin left in the wood. There are going to be many different ones. Some classical like this one, and some more vulva shaped

@Khelek41girl Thank you so much for the warm welcome! I do really like it here! Great feedback, and as a creator it is hard to get real feedback.

@BabyFacedFinster There is not much of a problem if you are careful and do it with a slight twist. A lot of the times I take out the first little rubber thing because the tip tapers up to the heat sink. I leave enough meat around the tip to handle the heat cycles. So if you are just careful each time then it should not be an issue.

Now for a sneak peak. At the Premium Count Hasimir Fenring line. Four of these are going to hit the store, and they are going to be more expensive. But trust me they are worth it. The way the light changes the dark grain colors is like watching a rain line on the ocean come and go. Again the pics do these no justice.
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So to recap. Chani line drops monday. Four Count Hasimir Fenring will show up at some point in time next week. I like to keep this random so every one has the same fair chance. I should have more wood for that line in on monday, but no promises. As we learned with the Baron line. Getting the wood does not mean it will have the cut or the grain we are looking for. So fingers crossed.

Keep the feedback and questions coming I love it all. Remember I make these for you all so tell me what you are looking for and I will try and make a few like that in the next line I produce.

And as always.

Good Puffing. 07
 

Rabid Kiwi

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Ok so this is what is going to happen. The shop is going to be password protected until 10pm Monday night est. This is going to allow me to take my time stocking it up with the Chani line and the Premium Count Hasimir Fenring line. Then it will go live around 10pm Monday night est. There are quite a few in the Chani line but they are all done and ready to go.

So next week is a down week meaning the next line to launch will be the first week of June. But I have a feeling that it will be sooner than that. Just depends on the wood. So I try not and make too many promises. But the Stilgar line passed testing, and the Idaho line is still being tested. I have been hearing the sweet sound of Gurney Halleck on the Baliset and I think he may strut in here to enlighten us with the proper quote for the proper time.

So fear not if the store is locked up. It is just me stocking it slowly so I can have a bit of downtime. But I am back in the woodshop tomorrow and that is all I can ask for. But what the hell why not a few pics of Chani before I lock up. As always.

Good Puffing. 07!

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Rabid Kiwi

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'Merica, Fuck Yeah!!!!! Give Away!!!! On July fourth I will pick one follower on IG ( At random it will be at random sorry about that ) and they get this. I can not sell it because it has a natural hole from the knot that was painstakingly worked out. So I can't sell it because my insurance agent hates me. But I can give it away, because I like to hear my insurance agent die a little inside. This is 4" of dark red and black pools of color. It can be yours with just a follow on IG. Drawing happens on the only birth day that matters 'Merica's Birth day. To quote a wiser man than my self....

"History began on July 4, 1776. Everything that happened before that was a mistake." Ron Fucking Swanson

Shop is back up. Thank you all for being understanding. Good Puffen! 07
 
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Ramahs

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It is really sweet looking. How does it vape @Ramahs?

I just ordered one of the Chani models. It's the thinner model, a couple posts prior, that measures 9.22mm.
Ummm, it vapes fine. Pretty much any carbless stem will vape the same. It's a tube. The only difference between this and any other carbless stem is purely aesthetic. And it's aesthetically superb!

This one is 3.5" 13mm.

What's a good method for cleaning it out after it gets junky with reclaim?

sorry mods. Didn't mean to double post this.
The same as I would clean any other wood stem, with a moist pipe cleaner. If it's really bad, then lightly moisten the pipe cleaner with iso.

I would never try to get the insides of a wood-stem completely clean, because that thin layer of oil seals and protects the wood.

And finally, you can still fix the double post. Just click edit on the second post, copy the contents, then click edit on the original post and paste the contents of the second post into the first one and save it. Then, erase the second post and just leave the words "Mods, please delete. I accidentally double-posted", then message the mods to have the second post deleted..
 

Rabid Kiwi

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Oh yeah too late to edit sorry about that. So the contest you have to be 21 or older. I will cover the shipping cost even overseas. This is just to reward all the people here who help and support us small fry makers. So do not feel you have to be american

Not much else to say to update you all other than keep on keeping on. Also I am a bit tuckered out. I know it seems like only a week to you all, but I have been getting all this ready to launch for months ( well not stems, I was going to build IH's but the costs and liabilities stopped me, so stumbled into this but I was going to do something with the infrastructure I laid out. ) now, plus my reg job it has me a bit drained. I love it though would not change it for the world. I have not felt this happy and alive in quite a long time, and I want to thank you all for helping me do all this.

@BabyFacedFinster It will be quite a long time before you fill up that 1/4 inch hole. But just use dry pipe cleaners on them. These are wood so you do not want to use any cleaners on them, because it will soak into the wood then get into you. So jsut bees wax polish on the outside, and run a pipe cleaner through it to open the air way if it gets that much use. But trust me you have to smoke pounds before clogging becomes an issue due to the hole size.

Oh yea I almost forgot to give you all a pic.... Uhhhh let me make one really fast. As always...

Good Puffen. 07
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I got bored because I guess sit back and do nothing just can not happen with me. So I made you all a demo of the light refraction I can get with wood.


These frist two are both from the same log. It is a cut of Black Afara. Now the Shaddam line, the first one is from a part of the tree with out the mineral discoloration. It still has the minerals but they are not as concentrated. It is these minerals in the resin that give it it's metal shine making it look and glitter like gold. The second is how it gets the Black prefix. This ends up giving the wood a bronze shine while giving the illusion of layering with the grain. That is the Gurney line coming soon.


Now other than my inability to understand how this cam pics what way to flim.... The first one is the Stilgar line that is a Mahogany that has been aged to a rich chololate brown. It has that perfect mix of high mineral count with high resin count that lets me work the magic to make it refract light to change to a light brown. You can watch as the grain just pops from nothing then back again. The last one is the Goncalo Alves The Count line, this just will blow your mind. Like in direct sunlight you will just be amazed. It almost feels like your eyes are failing you. Again high mineral count in the resin high resin count veneer cut and a bit of finish magic gets you this effect. I feel bad for charging more for those but that wood is so rare and expensive. Super hard to find.

Good Puffen 07!
 
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BabyFacedFinster

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Oh yeah too late to edit sorry about that. So the contest you have to be 21 or older. I will cover the shipping cost even overseas. This is just to reward all the people here who help and support us small fry makers. So do not feel you have to be american

Not much else to say to update you all other than keep on keeping on. Also I am a bit tuckered out. I know it seems like only a week to you all, but I have been getting all this ready to launch for months ( well not stems, I was going to build IH's but the costs and liabilities stopped me, so stumbled into this but I was going to do something with the infrastructure I laid out. ) now, plus my reg job it has me a bit drained. I love it though would not change it for the world. I have not felt this happy and alive in quite a long time, and I want to thank you all for helping me do all this.

@BabyFacedFinster It will be quite a long time before you fill up that 1/4 inch hole. But just use dry pipe cleaners on them. These are wood so you do not want to use any cleaners on them, because it will soak into the wood then get into you. So jsut bees wax polish on the outside, and run a pipe cleaner through it to open the air way if it gets that much use. But trust me you have to smoke pounds before clogging becomes an issue due to the hole size.

Oh yea I almost forgot to give you all a pic.... Uhhhh let me make one really fast. As always...

Good Puffen. 07
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Thanks @Rabid Kiwi. I'm looking forward to trying it out. I have some nice bees wax that I use on my e-nano and other wood stems.
 

Mono Loco

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Looking Good, Jonathan. I really like them.

Uhm ... I get the first one (below ***) obviously, and the third one, makes sense, but the 2nd one ... I don't understand.
If MMJ is legal, what's the need for such a "disclaimer" ?

The third would be more clear, to me, if it contained something more like: "Not to be used as a chillum; not for direct smoking/combustion as the smoke would negatively affect the natural wood of the stem (drying it out, contaminating it with nasty flavors) . These stems require the use of a Dynavap tip to be used for vaping temperatures only." Why not own it and promote it ?

***Tip Not Included***
***This Is Art To Only Be Used As Display***
***Not for use with combustion or smoking***
 

Rabid Kiwi

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@Jill NYC @Mono Loco I can not talk about those disclaimers I can only say that I make art that is display units.

@BabyFacedFinster You will be happy with that one. It has a nice stream lined body. I included some sand paper to size your tip so it is nice and snug for display. Just remember to take it slow on the inside only. You can not put it back. I like to take the first ring off ( then one farthest from the bowl ) so it can be a really tight fit. But YMMV. Remember slow twisting motions.... Sorry I baby them too much it is in good hands I know it.
 

BabyFacedFinster

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I included some sand paper to size your tip so it is nice and snug for display. Just remember to take it slow on the inside only. You can not put it back. I like to take the first ring off ( then one farthest from the bowl ) so it can be a really tight fit. But YMMV. Remember slow twisting motions.... Sorry I baby them too much it is in good hands I know it.
Thanks. Just ordered a new tip and cap for it. Puffitup is selling 19M's for $45 right now and the price was worth it just for the tip and cap. Those will go on my new wood stem. For display purposes. In fact, I plan on displaying the shit of it. ;)

Sanding makes me nervous so I'll keep it to a minimum.

BTW, I've enjoyed some woodturning videos on youtube. It's very soothing to watch. This one guy has his Laws of Woodturning and one of them is "you can take it off, but you can't put it back." Similar to making pens and vape stems, he makes a lot of pieces that must also be hollowed out. Another one of his laws is "you can't make the inside bigger than the outside."
 

Rabid Kiwi

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Each wood is different. The silica, minerals, oils, resin, density, grain, amount, weather. All these come in to factor. There is a point that I can not share some details. This is just part of the nature when it comes skills like this. As it was passed down to me so have I passed it, so it lives on. But a craftsperson still must retain that but to themselves. There is a lot of the old way in my work, I will tell you that much. Sometimes nothing can beat a good dry room and a bit of waiting it out. Like when I need to make money I do finish jobs for people. I charge 60 -100 bucks per hour and people are happy to pay it. So it is cutting into my income security as well, I would not get the prices I do for the side jobs. I hate to be that way, but that money helps fund these stems as well as helps put food on the table. Never share your best fishing holes bud, sorry.

But to be honest I do not get that many logs any more. I do have some back stock of stuff. But I have been lazy as of the last few years and just buying large natural cut slabs, then lumbering those. Most of those are already to be worked you just got to cut it out. I still call it lumbering because I am looking for the prime cuts. For these you have to call a bunch of places, or just know people. I will sometimes stop by the rare lumber yards in the few states around here. But that is mostly in winter when work slows down and I can drive 5 hours to look around a wood store for rare finds. I also have quite the back stock of wood from me just geeking out on grain and finishing tech.

I am a finisher. I can do the other stuff, miter, biscuit, doves, and all that jazz. But I am best at finish, it is just what I do. I can see how wood is going to take different things just by looking at the grain. I can judge the luster and refraction by just the cut marks. I can smell the resins and oils and know what wood needs to smell like what to be what I want. All this is part of finishing, and so much more. It is the little steps that walk us over mountains. I feel though I have over shared a bit, and dived too deep. Alas, I can not sleep and this was a nice distraction so thank you for your question, I am sorry I can not give you an exact response.

Good Puffen! 07
 

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I've always worked hard to avoid the resin lines while sanding or shaping. I once baked out a few stems to see what they would do. Very interesting transformations.

I've learned that sharing the best fishing holes is a lot more pleasurable. But I understand artisans can't always just give a simple answer. It simply ain't simple :p But okay, secrets are mysteries. Wasn't prying actually, I was more interested in earlier conversations about sealing the wood and what temperatures that makes the wood safe to vape with. I know wood makes great thermal insulators but that end of the stems gets pretty darn warm.
 

Rabid Kiwi

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I've always worked hard to avoid the resin lines while sanding or shaping. I once baked out a few stems to see what they would do. Very interesting transformations.

I've learned that sharing the best fishing holes is a lot more pleasurable. But I understand artisans can't always just give a simple answer. It simply ain't simple :p But okay, secrets are mysteries. Wasn't prying actually, I was more interested in earlier conversations about sealing the wood and what temperatures that makes the wood safe to vape with. I know wood makes great thermal insulators but that end of the stems gets pretty darn warm.
Sorry I was super wasted last night and way into the inner reflection. The sealing is different for each one. It is the dust that causes the bad reactions, so if you want to heat seal you are just looking for the effect of plastic'n the wood. Each wood is going to have a different temp depending on the amount of resin and oils in it. So it is a by feel thing that will take a while to get use to sorry about that bud. I thought you were asking more for curing after lumbering to get different effects on woods. After you lumber green wood you can cure it, this can have many different effects depending on how you do it. That is more what I was talking about not sharing too much, because I can type the words but you have to live it to understand it. Here I will give and example.

When I use to buy logs I would get the lat long/gps of were the tree was fell. Then I would look up what is around it. I am looking at air quality is there a factory or any type of air pollution area near it. Any highways or pathways well traveled roads, any volcanism or hot springs that will leach gasses and minerals in the air. Then I look at the ground and geological information. What deposits are speculated or known here, how much of it is thought to be or known to be there. Any mines or homes, farms or plantations. In south america avoid any trees that are with in 100km from banana plantains. In India do not use trees for food or pipes that is down river from major cities. These places have large amounts of the bad stuff that the trees soak up. You have to start thinking about how the tree grew and when it got access to the deposits, how long has it been leaching the minerals. The rest is experience, after a while you will get an eye and just know. Or you get a slight hint of a smell that you know. Like I get weird ass looks when I scuff the end grain a bit and start smelling really hard in the stores. I am smelling for that memory. That I can not teach you. That is something you just pick up.

I did not want seem like I was being a dick or anything. It is just a lot of what I do is a learned skill. I have to show you the smells for the different woods to know they are sealed, or you can tell by the feel. But for the most part after a some use they are sealed by the oils that soak into the wood. But for a temp like all I can say is about that hot, because I will do it until It has the effect I am looking for, I know it has the effect when it feels right from doing it before. I do not take temps, the only thing I temp regulate that hard is lumbering, and that is just so I can ensure that stuff I want to stay in the wood does not get cooked out. That is a shit ton of trial and error and just using the force.

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Ok so here is how the rest of the month is going to work. I am going to launch the Shaddam and Gurney line together, by just slowly stocking them in the store once they are ready. I go into the shop tomorrow, and I have found something really rare the other day. I have found some legal Lignum Vitae turning stock. You do not want to know how much I paid for it. Only thing is that it is turning stock, so it is sealed and I did not get a good smell of it. I hope it is not a fake, but I will not know until tomorrow when I cut it up for use. I did not want to waste any doing a test cut because I have so little of it. For this wood though I am going to keep one for my self. I feel bad for it, but it is really that hard to find. Like it has been years, literal years form the last time that I have seen some that meets the requirements I look for. I will be making some of those tomorrow and a whole lot Shaddam and Gurneys. Then on Monday I will be making Stilgar and Ducan to launch next month.

Now you all have seen some of what I can do, but I have the Bene Tleilax line coming up and I am going to wander away from the old school a bit on that one. I am going to start going with some modern tech added in with those. Trust me I am going to get really weird with it, so hold on tight. My problem now is the whole virus thing and most of the places I can get the things I need are closed or never opening again. Like it took me 3 weeks to find a new face shield, just a face shield. The guy who use to supply me with natural pigments for homemade stain has told me he is never reopening. I have other places, and I am not going to use stain on any of the bodies or stems. But you get the idea, of what I am talking about.

So adapt and overcome I have a plan to start getting the supply train moving again. It is just going to be a slow build. But the Bene Tleilax launch is going to create two different types of lines. I know it sounds confusing and I do not want to give too much away. But there are going to be Ghola lines that use the new techniques, and the reg lines that use the old school ones.

But for now I am going to eat and read a bit of The Eyes Of Heisenberg, then go to bed. So It is going to be a short night for me, because I am getting up super early so I can sequester my self in the woodshop and hope no one finds me lolz.

Good Puffen! 07
 
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Rabid Kiwi

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Ohhhhhhhhhhh nelly first I must say I had an OutFuckingStanding day. I am all tuckered out from being asses and elbows in the shop. So were to start, how about....

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Yup it was real!!! Lignum Vitae only enough for four, I got one ( sorry not sorry ) the other three are going into the shop at REGULAR price!!!!! This is because there is no way in hell I can recoup how much I paid for it. I really do not think you all are going to pay 65 bucks for them well 83 if I make you all pay for mine, but I am not that way. So I will just put them up at the 30 price because I want people to have these. This wood is HARD, and it has the best flowery smell and flavor. I am sipping on some LIgnum Vitae tea right now!!! It ruined my fave Kobalt chisel though... Rip bud. The resin and silica was just too much for the little guy. But they came out alright.

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Well ignore the ones on the left that one is mine and a Ducan Idaho I am making for Almost There for helping so much with the social networking, and shopping with me. Do not worry you all will get your chance at an Idaho soon!!! Man I have to say that the shop still smells so nice and I had just an outstanding experience playing with that wood. I just cant tell you all how challenging working with it really is. Like it is so gummy and hard that I had to use more sand paper than I use in a week on just one of them.

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Here you can see the problem. You get about two sec's of sanding before it gums it up and you have to move spots. It gummed up my tools as well. I had to clean the table saw blade, well everything. It was so hard that it dulled my turning tools and I had to sharpen them after each use. I turn a lot now and I still only have to sharpen once a month or so. But I loved every second of it. Ok sorry you all prob do not get as excited as I do about wood... Settle down fella's not that type of wood.... So lets move on to the next topic of.


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The Gurney and Shaddam line. Here you can see me cutting the last of the Gurney Grain, and I finished production on that line today. I just have to finish and it will start showing up in the shop. It is a really nice grey grain with bronze highlights that is just wow. I still got a few more of the Shaddam to make, I ran out of time a bit and will do that next day I get in there. I have to hunt down some things to get ready for the dirty Bene Tleilax lines coming up, but that will most likely be in July or Aug depending on when I find all the stuff I need.


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So we turned some of this, into all of that. Oh also the Chani line has started to color change faster than I thought it would. Sooo it was ment to be a year or so from now surprise. So Surprise. It is going to slowly get a bit more red and the grain is going to get a bit more reflective. The resin left in the wood reddens when it comes in contact with 02. I thought I had some more time, but I guess not. Lots of woods change colors as they age. So you never know, you never know. That red block in the center was a cut from the Chani line. It was yellow last week, like the same yellow as the Chani Pics. So I am going to have to retake all the Chani pics. but man it is super reflective now... Almost like bloodwood but not quite. So sorry this slab had way more resin in it than the last one I worked with a few years ago. I should of known better that it would color change faster as well, in fact I did know but I forgot. Dems De Knocks.

So I got some other testing to do. So if you see me anymore tonight just realize that I may not be firing on all three. ( my brain is a geo metro )

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Good Puffen! 07
 

Rabid Kiwi

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These will go into the store on monday when they are all done curing. Well not the "Merica! Fuck Yeah! one. But makes the last four of the Count line going in the shop. IDK when I will get that wood again. I will keep and eye out for it, but no promises. But they need to cure, and I need to take pics of them. to put up in the shop. I also have to retake the Chani line pic's and all that jazz as well. So all that should go down on Monday night.

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These are what I got done with the Shaddam line and a few Gerneys along with the Jamis line ( Lignum Vitae ). Now I will try and get those done tonight and start the seal with the others, but no promisses. The Jamis line is not going to be sealed. This is because the Lignum Vitae is translated into "The Wood of Life." It has been used for longer than writen history in the America's as a healing tree. The only bad things about it is the high silica when working with it. This is not going to be a problem for its use, and sealing it would remove the benefit of the resins. Really I am not shitting you it is used as medicine for so many different thing, look it up. So those are going to drop with out warning and be first come first serve. I prob will never get this wood again, really it is that hard to find legally. There are lists for it, and I am back on the bottom of it. So now a bit of showing off.

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Starting on the left that is a Red Elm prototype. It is going into testing, I think you all are going to like the nice refraction and grain on it. Next to it is the Ducan Idaho, that passed testing but is not going to hit the shop until late June. That one is for almost there for all the help they have given me with this getting set up.

I am working hard to fill up the shop I do not like having so few items in it. But it is going to take some time. I am hoping that this all will be smooth sailing by the start of next year. Winter is my free time, so I will be able to go cross country looking for ultra rare wood. So I am going to eat and start work on some finish read some Green Brain, or High- OPP.

Good Puffen! 07

Edit: Oh yeah there is a sale going on until the 31st. To get 20% off your order use the code The Spice Must Flow. Just a discount to all y'all who help me do what I love to do. Test weird ass finishing tech on weird ass wood.
 
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