The website has been around for about ten years but very little info on the business.
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Updated Date: 2017-10-27T07:33:34Z
That looks like a perfect solution once you work the magic with plumbing fittings to get a pump fitted and no worries about resin gasses affecting the top.
Mine is basically a stock pot with an acrylic lid and a pump and it was the cheapest I could find of a decent size.
Just the lid and the damage is confined to the area directly above (and in the rectangular shape of) the container I had in the chamber. Shing over on Edge Matters suggested using clingfilm to protect the acrylic which is a good idea. I'm trying to get epoxy to seep into and fix the cracks but...
I use an inexpensive pretty standard stiff utility belt with (atmo) a pentagon speedmin pouch, my leatherman pouch and a couple of loops for keys on coils/reels. I think get a belt and add your own pouches to suit.
I've worked with a couple of sequoia blocks and you're right it tends to tear out quite easily but it also takes a really nice finish. The wood is mostly pink with black and lighter markings through it, the pink can darken down almost to purple when I apply any kind of oil/wax.
This is great guys, thanks :) good tips for finding local stuff and an actual supplier online!
I have some very nice sequoia that I think would look great as a mosaic with some darker wood Robson Valley so I've been on the look out for some walnut or similar to do just as you suggest.
So I've taken up wood turning because why not? and now I'm looking for sources for wood to turn.
I've bought a fair bit off eBay, some very nice pieces and I can wander around in the local woods looking for deadfall etc. but does anyone know of/use an online supplier? eBay is fine but you can't...