Well, this is my favorite design of Joergs, although i do like to make the forks a bit narrower. i moved a year and ahalf ago, and lost my work space, recently i have regained the motivation to get back to work, with this being the first decent catty i have come up with. Still a work in progress really, but i wanted to show it off as it is for now The wood is patagonian rosewood, very hard! there is no dremel work on this as it just isnt feasible, believe me i tried, the wood just burns and kills sanding bits, this requires a rasp and file exclusively. ( got this from build direct flooring sample) The inside is a small sheet of aluminium i got from my neighbour who collects scrap metal as a hobby. Glued them together with Gorrilla Glue, at first it didnt hold, what i had to do was drill holes on the inside all over the surfaces to give the glue more hold. at some areas i went to deep and as i sanded and filed away, it became apparent with holes appearing on the outside. live and learn, the next one will not have the same mistakes. So far I have sanded it down to 12000, there is no sealing as of yet, i will put a coat of wood finish on it, then i will put a super glue layer. Will keep you updated, thanks for looking, hope you enjoy. Its nice to get back in the groove, thanks to Joerg for my favorite design!