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As well as maintaining other people's tools, with larger hands used to larger woodworking tools, and with serious muscular issues including in hands & wrists, working on own engraving tool handles, not to reinvent the wheel, but try and make more usable for me.
Started by looking at what can be made, then worked on Ergonomics; also looking to make using more decorative woods with a sympathetic finish (no stains or varnish).
Back to Wood Engraving Printmaking | All / Filter 2020 July 2020
Experimenting with Wood Finishes Want to use traditional finish that is sympathetic to wood that enhances it, but safe to use, and not varnish/stains.
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