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post #1 of 22 Old 09-06-2009, 03:53 PM Thread Starter
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Indonesian Wood furniture works talk lovers

Hi , I am a new comer from Jepara
a 'furniture-town' in Java-island, Indonesia.

Talk-lovers for wooden-furniture,
working with Teak, Mahogany and other tropic wood.
Want to share about :
1. Wood's enemy: Termite, Bugs, pest, etc
2. Glue for wood.
3. Moisture-Content and resin in wood.
4. Recycle and reclaimed wood for Eco friendly stuff.

hearing you soon

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Welcome to the site! Hopefully your translator or your English gets up to speed, I understood your intro but the usage is a bit clumsy. Sounds like you have a really good place for interesting wood and I'd love to hear about woodworking and life from your end of the world.
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Welcome to the site! Hopefully your translator or your English gets up to speed, I understood your intro but the usage is a bit clumsy. Sounds like you have a really good place for interesting wood and I'd love to hear about woodworking and life from your end of the world.
Thanks Gary, sorry for the poor English, I am a villager (not scholar from Cities), I got it only just from social talks and traveling therefore my writing is bad.

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http://woodenfurniturejepara-oneuni.blogspot.com/
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Thanks Gary, sorry for the poor English, I am a villager (not scholar from Cities), I got it only just from social talks and traveling therefore my writing is bad.

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Welcome. Your language does not seem that bad to me. You will get by just fine.

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Thanks Gary, sorry for the poor English, I am a villager (not scholar from Cities), I got it only just from social talks and traveling therefore my writing is bad.

for about my town, please open
http://woodenfurniturejepara-oneuni.blogspot.com/
Not to worry about that, the experience you get here and elsewhere is all you need. Doesn't matter where you come from either, a sharp mind will carry you far.
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Warm greeting from Replica antique gulf town

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Welcome. Your language does not seem that bad to me. You will get by just fine.

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Thanks for the support George,
Please visit to my blog, hope it is nice one to see.
hearing you soonest. warm regards, eric
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from Replica Antique town Jepara-gulf, Indonesia

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Not to worry about that, the experience you get here and elsewhere is all you need. Doesn't matter where you come from either, a sharp mind will carry you far.
Thanks Gary,
your support would bring an encourage to me,
My life, my work, my town is in furnishing,
if Silicon Valley for Microchips then Jepara-gulf is for
Wooden furniture, especially mahogany replica antique.
Had you visit my blog ? please give a comment in it.
regards,
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Hi Red, thanks for the welcome,
Nice of China Cabinet of Yours.
Visit my blog if you got time.
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Thanks Gary,
your support would bring an encourage to me,
My life, my work, my town is in furnishing,
if Silicon Valley for Microchips then Jepara-gulf is for
Wooden furniture, especially mahogany replica antique.
Had you visit my blog ? please give a comment in it.
regards,
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Yes, I took a look at it. The blog seems less about you than it is about the business you live with. I look forward to hearing more about you and the work that you do personally.
Jepara looks like a fascinating place to visit. If I were silly rich it would be on my list of places to visit.
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Yes, I took a look at it. The blog seems less about you than it is about the business you live with. I look forward to hearing more about you and the work that you do personally.
Jepara looks like a fascinating place to visit. If I were silly rich it would be on my list of places to visit.
Indeed Gary, the blog is about furniture in my town,
I have not made my personal blog yet.
whilst a glance of me, you can find few of it at :
About me
My Profile
My Forum
Hope it will tell you some more about me.
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Yes, I took a look at it. The blog seems less about you than it is about the business you live with. I look forward to hearing more about you and the work that you do personally.
Jepara looks like a fascinating place to visit. If I were silly rich it would be on my list of places to visit.
Hi Gary, George, Red .. How dee ?
a bit long not hearing you all, had you seen yet or read a glimpse of what am I doing for wood furniture ?
please comment, looking forward..
good day

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You haven't been by to post lately. I don't read blogs, not enough time in the day for what I do read. How have you been and what have you been doing?
I've just acquired a swan neck gouge for my lathe and I'm attempting to get a feel for how it works best.
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3D carving wooden-sculpture in Jepara, Indonesia

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You haven't been by to post lately. I don't read blogs, not enough time in the day for what I do read. How have you been and what have you been doing?
I've just acquired a swan neck gouge for my lathe and I'm attempting to get a feel for how it works best.
Hi Gary, good to hear you again. I have been being busy with some canceled order cases.
this last couple of weeks, I had been doing a samples of 3D carving 'Madonna on pledge for Italy.
this sample would be used as a template(scanning object) at CNC router Unit for mass production,
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Nice! You did this by hand? Your skill at woodcarving is remarkable!
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Hand Carving Sculpture of Jepara, Indonesia

[quote=Gary Beasley;101752]Nice! You did this by hand? Your skill at woodcarving is remarkable!
Thanks Gary, Indeed it is a hand carving, frankly it is just souvenir grade
not really an art piece, in my town there are many of better than this.
My town is fame with "Carving Town" especially for
Wall relief panel and Replica & vintage furniture.
It is a heritage, been centuries. see more in my blog.
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btw, did the swan neck gouge working good ?
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Wow, very nice.
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Oneuni, I was able to turn a few hollow bodies, not great stuff. I haven't had much time to work on it but I think I'm getting a feel for it. I was fortunate to be able to talk to a Sorby Tool representative and get some tips on handling it.
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Thanks Ray, It been initiated as 'Marry the Holly Mother' whom had given this earth the Christmas day.
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Oneuni, I was able to turn a few hollow bodies, not great stuff. I haven't had much time to work on it but I think I'm getting a feel for it. I was fortunate to be able to talk to a Sorby Tool representative and get some tips on handling it.
I can see that it is such a little work of DIY or BYO at home,
enjoy the experiment Garry.. talk to you later
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