Eugene Thordahl of Bjorn Hide Glue Helps Luthiers in Sticky Situations

By Patrick Sullivan About 40 centuries ago, Egyptian artisans started using a sticky adhesive derived from collagen in animal skins, which we now call hide glue, to craft chairs for the tombs of pharaohs. And for thousands of years after that, hide glue played a crucial role in furniture-making and other woodworking around the world. … Continue reading Eugene Thordahl of Bjorn Hide Glue Helps Luthiers in Sticky Situations