EASY INLAY / IMAGINLAY IN THE NEWS
In March, 2017, Imaginlay announced its formation to the media. In August, 2018, we chose to rebrand our name to Easy Inlay.
Please note that early press coverage mentions Imaginlay.
Furniture maker creates brand of mineral fillers
Furniture maker Scott Grove recently developed the Imaginlay brand of mineral fillers as a creative option for woodworkers and turners.
“Typically when you have a crack in wood, either you don’t use that piece or, if you do, you try to fill it with a black or dark filler, but it’s still a notch and still a blemish. This helps to add a little accent point to that area. It makes a knot into a design element,” Grove says. Click here for full article.
Podcast #4 - Where to find wood
Ready to use all natural crushed mother of pearl and crystal calcite inlay materials. Available in one ounce and three ounce sizes and they’ll be showing off the products at Totally Turning in Saratoga Springs, NY (4/1-2) and the AAW Symposium. Click here for podcast..
Top Ten Products.Net
Ten Best Wood Carving Tools
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How to Resin Inlay / Mother of Pearl
Carl Jacobson of Woodshop TV uses our other of pearl
to enhance his turned bowl.
Mother of pearl wood filler gives inlay a glowing look
CANANDAIGUA, N.Y. – Imaginlay, a company dedicated to inlay products for woodworkers and woodturners, launched a ready-to-use, all-natural, crushed mother of pearl and crystal calcite inlay materials, now available on Amazon.com. Woodworkers can take a natural blemish in wood, or a deliberate design element, add bling, and take their work to the next level. Click here for full article.
Tool Review: Inlay Material by Easy Inlay
Fine Woodworking Magazine
Easy Inlay has introduced two types of inlay material, crushed mother-of-pearl and crystal calcite. The mother-of-pearl comes in flake and fine grades, and the crystal calcite in coarse and fine. Regardless of the grade, the materials work well as inlay, take finish well, and are a good way to add color to projects, especially since both can be dyed. Click here for full article.
Creating Geodes in Wood
American Woodturner Magazine
Scott Grove shares his innovative technique of adding crushed calcite to a turned vessel and airbrushing it to look like amethyst. This step-by-step tutorial shows you how. Download the full article HERE.