OzarkWoodworker

40+ Years of Wood & Metalworking in the Ozark Mountains

Nixa, Missouri · 16 Sales

OzarkWoodworker

40+ Years of Wood & Metalworking in the Ozark Mountains

Nixa, Missouri 16 Sales On Etsy since 2016

5 out of 5 stars
(4)

Announcement   We've been in business for years, but we just opened an Etsy Store to display our new product lines. Favorite us, and check back as we continue to grow.

Announcement

Last updated on Jul 4, 2016

We've been in business for years, but we just opened an Etsy Store to display our new product lines. Favorite us, and check back as we continue to grow.

Ray Robertson

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Reviews

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5 out of 5 stars
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Jamie Desel

Jamie Desel on Feb 6, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

Perfect! Such great quality, a solid and very beautiful pen. Ordered and received personalized in under a weeks time. Will be back for sure!

zilpah34

zilpah34 on Dec 15, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Beautiful Pen - Great quality... Seller has pride and intentionality in both the product plus how the shipping & packaging was done... Thanks!

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Updates

We just finished some new segmented pen blanks. We plan on making fountain and rollerball pens with these. Look for more colors and designs in the future.
Got some new woods that we will be using in new pens soon. Plus, we are working on some fountain pens.
Working on some new custom acrylic colors. Some have metallic flakes. What's your favorite color?
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About

We build whatever we imagine out of Woods, Acrylics and Metals in the Ozarks.

I started out building houses in Kansas City. I moved to Nixa, MO, and started a family. I created Ozark Woodworker. I starting getting into architectural pieces, and making products for wood carvers in Branson. I built a bigger shop, that my son and I work. We currently have a 5,000 sq/ft work shop full of machines that I’ve collected in 40+ years of experience working with metal and wood.

Now we are getting into making very small and precise inlay work and ornamental turning. We had to get into metal working and CNC to help with the production of our shop, and build some of the machines and fixtures we use.

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  • Ray Robertson

    Owner, Creator

    I started out building houses and making architectural pieces. Then I began making more products in my shop, and getting into precision inlay work. I expanded my shop and my product line.

  • Matt Robertson

    Owner, Creator, Tech Support

    I taught high school biology and robotics. I got into operating CNC machines, and then building my own. I joined forces with my father when he expanded his shop, and we've been busy ever since.

  • Mariellen Robertson

    Shipper, Marketer

    I keep the boys in line.

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