It’s show #532! On today’s show, we’re talking about Japanese vs western saws, bit storage, and designing a woodshop layout from scratch.
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What’s On the Bench?
- Marc modified built-ins in his new house to accommodate a bigger TV.
- Matt is preparing to put up a new building to replace his storage unit.
- Shannon cambered a chisel to see how it would cut.
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Emails and Voicemails
- Brent is trying to decide if Western or Japanese saws are best for his style of work.
- Cory needs advice on organizing and storing his router and drill bits.
- Danny is building a new shop and is looking for shop layout and planning help.
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