It’s show #502. Today we’re talking about replaceable saw blades, beadlock, thingamabobs, sawdust allergies, and drying wood cookies.
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What’s On the Bench
- Marc is in a pantry slump so he is listening to podcasts on Overcast
- Matt is working on a backlog of videos and editing away.
- Shannon is burning scraps and angering people, but also splitting logs
Stephen and Brian both have some thoughts on lathe with a headstock on the right instead of left
- a chuck could unscrew itself with opposite rotation
- its possible as some lathes allow for outboard turning
- drill bits mounted in the tailstock wouldn’t work
- some spur centers would unmount with opposite rotation
Emails and Voicemails
- Vicky is experiencing a sawdust allergy
- Steve asks what we thinkg about the Beadlock joinery approach for loose tenons
- Aaron wonders why there are no replaceable blade western saws like we find with Japanese saws
- Luke wants to know the best way to dry cookies cut from a log
- Matt wants to know what a “dealy wrecker” is because Marc says it all the time in earlier episodes.
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