It’s show #510. On today’s show, we’re talking about killing shop reverb, planer speeds, and woodworking on a metal table.
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What’s on the Bench
- Marc is filming dumb stuff and planning a new workbench build.
- Matt is making poor decisions about the top of his serpentine chest.
- Shannon is planing a slab of Walnut that takes up his entire bench top.
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Emails and Voicemails
- Zac has too much reverb…erb…erb…erb in his shop and wonders how to fix it
- Nelson discovered that his Jet planer has another speed and wants to know why
- Todd wonders if he can use a metal table for woodworking
- Joel asks if he can use a drill bit that lost its temper as a punch.
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3 replies on “510 – Keep Perspective in Perspective”
Hi. This is my first comment. I started listening to the podcast a few weeks ago and decided to listen to all episodes in sequence (I am on episode 58 today). At the current rate, I should catch up by the end of the calendar year. I am truly enjoying learning from Marc and Matt (Vanderlist) your guests and contributors.
Hi. This is my first comment. I started listening to the podcast a few weeks ago and due to a slight OCD tendency, decided to listen to all episodes in sequence (I am on episode 58 today). At the current rate, I should catch up by the end of the calendar year. I am truly enjoying the podcasts and learning from Marc and Matt (Vanderlist) as well as your guests and contributors. a recent woodworker, I am a French national who lives in Ohio (Atwood lake). Cheers.
I have the Dewalt 735 and I do use both speeds. I have upgraded to the helical head as well. I use the faster speed most of the time. I use the lower feed rate for two purposes, final pass for a little bit better surface finish or in really wide or tough wood (hickory) to take little more thickness per pass without killing the planer.