How to “read a tree” with Matt Cremona & April Wilkerson

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Want to know how a burl forms in wood, what compression figure is & why do some parts of the tree have straight grain and others not? Triton brand champions …

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  1. Tony Stark said on December 12, 2016 2:23 am:

    Matt probably dreams about milling

  2. John Bare said on December 12, 2016 3:08 am:

    Nice stroll in the woods, thanks Matt and April!

  3. Doug Harker said on December 13, 2016 12:08 am:


  4. Paul Gibson said on December 13, 2016 4:36 am:

    Thank you both. Excellent content. Outstanding editing.

  5. Jon Sanchez said on December 13, 2016 5:56 am:

    Informative, relaxing, and entertaining. Thanks y’all!

  6. Gene Ilten said on December 14, 2016 4:14 am:

    I see pens, bowls, boxes and vases…

  7. Keda Wood Dye said on December 14, 2016 5:21 pm:

    Great video and explanations! I always wanted to know where the Curly figuring comes from. I knew the burl, but the Curly was a mystery to me, so this helps me quite a bit. 🙂 Thank you so much!

  8. TheLeanWorkshop said on December 15, 2016 1:05 am:

    Triton Tools, I have only seen this one video so far, but someone in your marketing department (or whoever gave them a shove) should be commended for being out-front of this new content marketing evolution. I am going to use this video as a great example of what I have been telling clients they need to do (I’m not a “Marketing” consultant, so they look at me like I’m a lunatic…) 🙂 So much good will being generated, brand loyalty potential, positioning yourselves as a resource and as subject matter experts.. I could go on. Just keep providing value and it will pay off long-term.

  9. Colin Léger said on December 15, 2016 4:13 pm:

    Wondering if you can explain curly maple? is it the type of tree or natures way to stress a maple tree?

  10. Samuel Luria said on December 17, 2016 6:18 am:

    Two of my most cherished YouTube creators! I hope Heaven is in fact full of truly good people like you guys, …..and that I get there…?

  11. VAND4LL said on December 19, 2016 5:31 am:

    How to “read a tree” Turn it into a book.

  12. McGinn's WoodShop said on December 20, 2016 8:49 pm:

    wow! Great video! Thanks for all that info!

  13. Howard Hammermann said on December 21, 2016 4:49 pm:

    I had placed a comment here about your video, but some *troll* defaced it with a rude comment, so I deleted the thread. I am disappointed… 🙁 But I love your video still… 🙂

  14. 254JROCK said on December 24, 2016 1:09 am:

    Very impressive ur like a tree doc great info

  15. Family JOY said on December 26, 2016 6:33 am:

    Fantastic Video my friend 🙂 , Subscribed YOUR nice Channel

  16. Hubbard's Handmade said on January 7, 2017 6:06 pm:

    Very well-done video. Thanks Matt and April!

  17. Mark Hazlewood said on January 11, 2017 1:50 am:

    Excellent. You couldn’t have gotten a better person to describe the topic.

  18. john heyden said on January 27, 2017 2:45 pm:

    I learned a lot of tree identification in boy scouts (45 years ago) and forgot alot of it so this was a good refresher.

  19. Daniel Gardiner said on February 10, 2017 12:26 am:

    A coworker once mentioned that she identifies cherry by the bark- it looks like burnt cornflakes. That always stuck with me.

  20. EscapeMCP said on February 11, 2017 2:29 am:

    Don’t talk about how you are going to butcher the the poor tree right within earshot of said tree. That’s just brutal Matt! It’s like working out who’s going to get dad’s kidney’s whilst he’s lying in the hospital bed right there in front of you!