On today’s show, we’re talking about one plane to rule them all, leaving dovetail scribe lines, the difference between some common saws, inspecting an old table saw, using B-grade wood, fixing a warped chair seat, and using epoxy.
What’s on the Bench?
Shannon finally cut up that beautiful slab for a table top. Matt is enjoying playing with teak for the first time. Marc takes a stance on woodworking topics and talks about Woodworking Safety Day.
Around the Web
– Guild member Daniel started a new woodworking site called WoodsCommunity.com
– Wood stabilization resource
– Turning a massive bowl
– Inspiring artwork from Stony Lamar
– Wilbur Pan will be discussing Japanese tools at the NYC Woodworkers Guild on April 22nd.
– Hand Made in America – Sam Maloof
– Adam Savage from Mythbusters attempting to do hand-cut dovetails.
– Treadle lathe design.
– Graham has some feedback on “Hardwax Oil.”
– Nic has feedback on Osmo Polyx Oil finish.
– Med Tech Woodworker wants to know what we think of combo machines like the ShopSmith.
– Steven is wondering what we think about getting one plane to satisfy all of his bench plane needs, after reading this article from Fine Woodworking.
– Barron is curious if we sand/plane away our knife lines when making dovetails.
– David wants to know the difference between some common saws.
– Tony wants advice on rehabbing an older Delta cabinet saw. Old Woodworking Machines, Delta Unisaw Rehab
– Mike likes using B-grade wood and wants to know if we do as well.
– David needs some advice for repairing a warped Windsor chair seat.
– Manny wants to use epoxy as his exclusive adhesive and is curious about possible disadvantages.
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