Australian Woods? We’re Not There Yet

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My biggest fear when traveling to Australia wasn’t the 16-hour flight, the change of hemispheres or the spiders that would make my *deleted* fall off. It was the timber I’d have to work with. Australian woods have the reputation of being the nastiest, hardest, most interlocked and silica-choked timbers on the planet. One stroke on … href=”http://www.popularwoodworking.com/woodworking-blogs/chris-schwarz-blog/australian-woods-were-not-there-yet”>Read more class=”meta-nav”>»

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