It’s show #505. On today’s show, we’re talking about shooting miters, milling on long projects, making shiplap, and the correct way to mark with a measuring tape.
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What’s On the Bench
- Marc is helping John move mountains with a new bed design
- Matt is in NordFab heaven
- Shannon is just plain tired
Emails and Voicemails
- Ray is struggling with shooting miters in harder wood species.
- Jeremy needs advice on running and installing his own shiplap siding.
- Scott needs help using a measuring tape
- Paul asks what to do when a project takes a while to build and his parts move during that time.
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One reply on “505 – Pop the Booger Off the End”
Could you publish a recipe for bench cookies without stepping on Rockler’s toes? Thank you; something to much on between the giggles.