My weekend in Columbus began early on Thursday, January 28, with an on-time flight (a true rarity) landing a bit after 9AM. The sun was shining, the weather clear and relatively warm. The precursor to a successful woodworking show. Read more
Categories: Woodworking Show Reports | Tags: Barnard School of Woodworking, Bosch Tools, Bush Oil, Columbus, Jim Heavey, Lee Valley, Lou Gatch, The Woodworking Shows, Titebond, WOOD Magazine Traveling Ambassador
This week’s Woodworking Show was held in Columbus, Ohio and there was hope that this would be as successful as that in Baltimore last weekend. We would not be disappointed. I arrived early so that I could tour a plant that I had been eager to see. Just south of downtown Columbus in a mixed neighborhood of residences and industry is Franklin International, makers of Titebond glue.
I have to admit being a fan of minutia and was opportunity to see how glue is made just fit the bill. Franklin is a family owned company Read more