533 – Hand Jobby

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It’s show #533 On today’s show, we’re talking about glue for veneering, marc the voiceover guy, stealing designs, and buying lumber locally.

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It’s a Q&A Show!

  • Jeff is making a chessboard and needs help with the veneers and finishing it.
  • Lucas is hearing Marc’s voice in all the ads he sees now. (Stalker)
  • Jeremy asks us about supporting our local businesses for lumber.
  • Jason rehashes the question about selling something designed by another woodworker and when it is okay to do so.

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3 replies on “533 – Hand Jobby”

If you have a question about different colored wood species blending when sanding don’t ask Mark just Google it. Great answer Mark. I have built two herringbone table tops and one consisted of oak, cherry and walnut. The other consisted of maple, cherry, and walnut. The sanding dust did not mix. Just be sure to blow the sanding dust off completely before finishing.

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