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Thin Stone Millwork Fabrication Now Offered by Earth Anatomy

Posted: 09/15/2014 4:35PM

Earth Anatomy has added a full fabrication service to its line of thin stone veneer products. Earth Anatomy offers granite, marble, and travertine from 1mm thick with a fiberglass backer up to 19mm thick with an aluminum honeycomb backer.


Wood Finishing 101: The Chemistry in Coating Wood Furniture

By Matt D'Anca Posted: 07/11/2014 9:00AM

In the woodworking industry, there is a tendency to place manual finishing in the realm of art, but the reality is that more finishing problems are the result of microscopic interactions than flawed technique.


Thin Stone Veneer Surfaces for Furniture and Millwork

By Matt Schumake Posted: 06/30/2014 11:20AM

Earth Anatomy Fabrication lays natural marble, granite, onyx and travertine stone veneer surfaces as thin as 1mm on custom wood furniture pieces and vertical millwork applications.


Reinventing the Stone - Natural Stone Veneers for Millworkers

By Matt Schumake Posted: 06/13/2014 4:26PM

Earth Anatomy Fabrication’s stone veneers feature slices of granite, marble, slate, and other stone backed by thin fiberglass resin. The stone veneer can flex without cracking during installation, and can even be rolled like wallpaper.




Stone Veneering Services Offered by Architectural Millwork Firm

By Bill Esler Posted: 06/13/2014 12:25PM

Earth Anatomy Fabrication, formed in 2013, is part of a business dream shared by a Navy “Doc” and a Marine that is turning into a global supplier of sustainable building products. Their latest product is thin stone veneer.


Most Commented: Faux Wood Paper Floors, and Peel & Stick Veneer

Posted by Bill Esler | Posted: 06/01/2014 7:40AM

Most commented custom woodworking stories include advice on laying down peel-and-stick veneer and questions on how long a faux wood floor made of paper would last.


Yellow-Bellied Sapsucker Brings Down Black Walnut (Price)

By Scott Wunder Posted: 04/03/2014 10:24AM

To be veneer quality, a log has to be perfect or close to it. It needs to be straight, round, defect free, and have not been pecked by a yellow-bellied sapsucker!


Video: Cherry Logs Peeled Into Veneer & Printed as Book Covers

By Michaelle Bradford Posted: 03/28/2014 2:24PM

Watch as cherry logs are selected from Illinois and Wisconsin forests then sliced into thin veneer to create wood covers for a memo notebook.


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