Texas Hardwoods Curing We paint the ends of our logs to slow drying and increase stability of the wood.
Hardwood Logs De-Barked and Brought to Rough Shape We use a variety of power and hand tools to remove bark from the logs and bring our instruments to rough shape.
Instruments Split in Half Once our instruments are brought to rough shape, we split them in half so that we may hollow each half.
Hollowing the Instrument Halves Using an angle grinder and woodcarving blade, we hollow out the instrument halves.
Rejoinging the Hollowed Instrument Halves Using hose clamps and wood glue, we rejoin the hollowed halves.
Sealing the Interior of the Didgeridoo with Epoxy Interior epoxy coats protect the wood and improve acoustic qualities.
Sealing the Exterior with Epoxy We build up the epoxy finish through multiple rounds of application, and complete the finish using a blend of epoxy resin, polyurethane, and finishing wax.
Completed Instruments Once final coats of epoxy cure, our finishes are museum quality and table safe.