It’s show #545. On today’s show, we’re talking about about cutting an angled mortise, what to do with the boule cap and using massive slabs for a workbench.
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What’s On the Bench
- Marc made a big ass-embly table with chunky faux legs.
- Shannon building a Shaker table in a group build format in The Hand Tool School.
- Matt built a welding table while he waits for moulder knives.
- Jason appreciates our credibility and says everytime he tries something against our recommendations, things go wrong.
- Chris has questions about cutting angled mortises for a table and the best way to cut them.
- Robert has an entire boule of Walnut and the cap is nearly 3″ thick and wants to know the best way to use it.
- Matt has a line on a deal for large Ash timbers and wonders what he should be wary about before he buys them.
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