The number of vendors was just half of that in previous years at Wood Expo 2020, due both to the limited attendance required by COVID-19 protocols and a change of venue from Sechelt’s Seaside Centre to the smaller Rockwood Lodge. But hundreds of visitors still attended. Among the dozen exhibitors was Halfmoon Bay model builder Brian Klassen, who brought a number of intricately devised, 3-D bathymetric charts like this one of the Sunshine Coast, cut from maple plywood using a high-power laser.

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