It’s show #506. On today’s show, we’re talking about kerfing planes, close calls, and why rustic furniture is crap.
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What’s On the Bench
- Marc built a new plywood rack and struggled with Tapcon screws
- Matt is making and remaking templates for his serpentine chest
- Shannon built a bench using only hand saws
Emails and Voicemails
- Steve wants to know what kind of close calls we have experienced in the workshop
- Stephen wonders if he needs a kerfing plane in order to resaw by hand
- Kyle lost a tree in a storm and needs advice on the best way to mill it into boards
- Steve asks why rustic furniture is all crap
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2 replies on “506 – Never Go Full Cremona”
I’m pretty sure the green woodworker lego man is Peter Follansbee. I’m curious who the others are supposed to be. Is the cabinet maker Chris Schwarz or David Charlesworth?
Here’s the link to the Red Barn Woodshop lego project. https://ideas.lego.com/projects/f13da25c-2795-4976-9dfe-72f3bd61b4c3