It’s show #535 On today’s show, we’re talking about what is straight, the ugly truth about content creation, and plywood vs solid wood.
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What’s On the Bench
- Marc got a pack rat clamp rack and bought some lumber for the new shop.
- Matt is building a barn for his cult meetings.
- Shannon built side hung drawers and played with scarf joints.
- Buddy thinks having a workbench first makes everything better instead of buying a bunch of tools and struggling to use them on a substandard work surface.
- Scott wrote back in about criticizing us on not talking about wood only to say he wonders just how he can succeed with his business without creating content.
…so we spend a lot of time talking about content creation again…
- Martyn asks for clarification on why Shannon thinks straightedges don’t belong in woodworking.
- Corey needs help in figuring out when to use plywood vs solid wood.
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