519 – Don’t Listen to Shannon

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It’s show #519. On today’s show, we’re talking about wedged round tenons, succeeding without being a wiener, and sawdust disposal

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What’s On the Dining Table

Jean-Luc wrote in and asked:

I am curious if you guys have any funny stories or awkward moments of being seen in the wild! AKA a fan of the show going nuts that they saw you at the grocery store or some guy running into the middle of a race to tackle Shannon or kick him off his bike?

News and Kickback

  • Dean says there is a Domino alternative on the market:

Emails and Voicemails

  • James needs to repair some old footstools where the round tenons are loose
  • Peter builds more than just cutting boards but is struggling to promote his business on the socials and wonders if he needs to be more of a Wiener woodworker
  • Dillon needs a better solution for his sawdust disposal

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2 replies on “519 – Don’t Listen to Shannon”

For the guy in WI looking for hardwood pricing Kettle Morraine Hardwoods – just North of Milwaukee – lists pricing online which will give a good baseline. We have a lot of good local sawmills in the state he should be able to find something close by.

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