It’s show #538 On today’s show, we’re talking about woodworking and mental health, a Moxon vise as your only vise, why a quick release mechanism doesn’t exist for table saw blades, and tools that have been in storage.
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What’s On the Dining Table
Patrick shares a story about his own improved mental health created by woodworking. We share our own stories of woodworking bliss.
- Ben is considering using a Moxon vise as his only workbench vise.
- David is baffled that a quick release/lock mechanism doesn’t exist for table saw arbor nuts.
- Kyle has had several large power tools in storage for a long time and asks about maintenance and possible repair that would need to be done to get them back into use.
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