In this episode of 360 with 360WoodWorking, we spend time with Matt Furjanic of inlaybanding.com. Matt discusses how he he got started in the business – it’s a great story that is probably more common than you think – and shares some of his thoughts on woods and glues used to make bandings of all kinds.
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Small Pieces Make a Business
Matt Furjanic has around 200 different bandings for sale in his online store. And while some are the same designs just in different widths, each of the sticks were made by Matt. He is always on the lookout for new designs to reproduce, such as the inlay from a table built for the captain of the Titanic he discovered by chance while watching “Antiques Roadshow.” He also provides some interesting information on glues he uses, and when one is better than another.