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Balance

Nature inspires a beautiful custom floor lamp

By Alan Gurski

I have always been fascinated with balanced objects. Buildings, stones, sculptureā€”the more impossible a balanced item looks, the more intriguing. I have been thinking for a long time about how to bring almost unbelievable centers of gravity into objects that are practical. Continue reading

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Wood/Epoxy Longevity

by Captain James R. Watson

There are those who still question the longevity of an epoxy composite structure. They state that the technology is still too new to know how it will hold up long-term. Some have said that epoxy composites fail in the tropic heat; other critics have warned of the hazards of wood and freshwater. However, I’ve recently visited several boats that are living testimony to the long-term reliability of epoxy composites. Of course, careful construction and good Continue reading