Every week we're on a mission to bring you the best from the world of woodworking on the web. Our favourite post this week comes from the guys at Tri-Lox, who create custom furniture from reclaimed wood. We love the ethos behind the company, where they believe that designers need to be in tune with the materials they are working with to decipher what they should be crafted into.
You can see more of their work on their website
Tri-Lox Woodworkers from bigcitypix on Vimeo.
Friday, 23 May 2014
Wednesday, 14 May 2014
Firstly, a confession; this isn't traditional woodworking fare for Triton, however we came across this video and couldn't resist sharing. If you are into woodworking machinery then it doesn't come much bigger than this Redwood processing mill in California. Huge trees go in one end and construction timber comes out the other side. Some of the technology is truly amazing. Look out for the high speed re-saw - awesome.
Many thanks to Dave Frane from Tools of the Trade for the original post.
Wednesday, 7 May 2014
If you have not come across this site before its well worth a watch. The Highland Woodworker puts out around six 40 min shows every year full of engaging content. There are twelve episodes available so far. In each episode there are feature stories and tool reviews with the host Charles Brock. "Generation Next" features talented young woodworkers and their amazing projects and the "Moment with a Master" spends time with woodworkers at the top of their game.
Its a terrific watch and all available online anytime you want to see it.
Check it out at www.thehighlandwoodworker.com