It’s show #536 On today’s show, we’re talking about demonstrating woodworking, shoulder planes, dealing with splinters, applying Rubio to a frame & panel, breadboard popularity, and premium router table set ups.
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What’s On the Dining Table
Drew has been asked to do a woodworking demonstration at a local fall festival and this sparks a discussion about what kind of demonstrations can be done when time and power tools might be difficult to come by.
- Corey has some advice on shop layout using a low tech method of cardboard cutouts.
- Brooke has a question about pre-finishing panels for a bed using Rubio Monocoat.
- Cory asks about the usefulness of a shoulder plane for truing up his tenons.
- Kyle asks us how we deal with splinters.
- Mateo wonders why breadboard ends are so popular.
- Doug asks about premium router table setups and how much they add to the function. We suggest having some fun with Rockler’s Router Table Configurator.
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