Lichtenberg Wood Burning
In this video I made a Myrtlewood serving platter. After cutting it out on the bandsaw I rounded over the edges with a router, and drilled a hole in the handle with a forstner bit. I then sanded it up to 220 grit, before moving on to the burning process. The burner I’m using is new model from Conestoga Works, it uses electricity to burn the wood. I put a link below to the Conestoga Works website. This is a very safe way to make fractal burns in wood.
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Hi my name is Carl Jacobson,
I started woodworking with my grandfather as a young boy. I continued woodworking through high school, and started woodturning after seeing a turned project in a friends shop. Some of my fondest memories are working with my grandfather in his wood shop. Being able to share our passion for woodworking, ties it all together.
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