It’s show #504. On today’s show, we’re talking about midcentury roundovers, woodworking terminology, woodworking with newborns, and Random Orbit Sanders vs Sheet Sanders
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What’s On the Bench
- Marc has a big dumb idea
- Matt salvaged a huge Cherry log from Cedar Rapids
- Shannon is prepared for woodworking guild presentations
Tucson Trip suggests that adding play to the mortises for Dominos can be a good idea and Marc says that Trip is wrong!
Emails and Voicemails
- Dustin asks how the roundovers in Danish Modern furniture can be accomplished with hand tools
- Andrew is about to have his first child and asks for advice on continuing his woodworking.
- Greg asks about orbital sanders vs sheet sanders
- Harlan asks about sources for general woodworking terminology
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