It’s show #534 On today’s show, we’re talking about why you should never write in to criticize this show, workbench or hand tools first, jointing wood, bandsaw brakes, and when to seal logs?!
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It’s a Q&A Show!
- Scott wants to know when we talk about wood.
- Anthony doesn’t want us to talk about wood.
- Justin wants to know if he should get tools first or build a workbench first.
- Jake wonders how important a bandsaw brake is and if worth the extra expense.
- Matt applied Anchorseal to a recently felled log but is still getting checks.
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