Was wondering if anyone has seen any links or useful articles on
artifically created 'petrified wood' (aka 'glass water wood' or sodium
silicate induced wood I believe) and how to work with the material.
and then heating it, I was wondering if wood could be worked or carved
first (say into a stairway endcap) and then treated to this process?
Could logs or other large pieces of wood be petrified as a whole, using
a water removal/liquid injection type of process (imagine log cabins
that the logs do not split!)
Also for musical instruments, as cracking clarinets/oboes joints and
bodies are a major concern.
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