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In which we move our shop to South Portland, rely upon the kindness of strangers to crowd fund a hydraulic press purchase, get a taste of media coverage, and forge our first axe. As 2017 dawned, we found ourselves moving...
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In which we run a focus group to see if we are crazy to start an axe company, launch an on-line store, sell our first restored axe, take our show on the road, dip our toe into retail, and have a...
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In which we learn that the path to making our own axe starts with restoring vintage axes, find that the Maine maker community is extremely generous with their time, expertise and advice, and find a home on Thompson’s Point. June...
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A December, 2019 article in the New York Times, Our Lives In the Time of Extremely Fancy Axes, by Alexandra Marvar asks some of the questions that we get all the time:  “Why are you guys making axes?”  “Who buys...
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