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On today’s show, we’re talking about restoring a cupped table top, a box for severed fingers, using router bits with shapers, t-slot miter bars, compact table saws, bevel angles on bevel down planes, jointer options, dado blade safety, and designing difficulty.
What’s on the Bench?
Shannon is in love with his spokeshave. Matt is enjoying the after-glow of setting off his SawStop table saw. Marc is having fun with his new Easy Wood Tools.
Around the Web
– Nick confirms Marc’s suspicions that the epoxy scale mentioned in Episode 130 is just a standard digital scale.
– In response to our thin kerf blade discussion in Episode 130, Tom mentions that if you have a calibrated rule on your fence rail set up for a 1/8 inch thick blade, changing to thin kerf changes that.
– Chris has a question about restoring an old cupped/twisted table top.
– Med Tech Woodworker is looking for a box to hold his severed fingers.
– Roberto wants to know if shapers can accept standard router bit.
– Curt is considering using T-slot miter bars on his cross-cut sled.
– Several folks asked for our thoughts on jointer/planer combo machines. We recommend they check out Episode 116 at 22 minutes.
– Mike is considering his tablesaw options for his garage shop that shares space with auto repair equipment and cars.
– Milo has a question about changing the bevel angle on a bevel down plane.
– Chris is considering an 8″ jointer but knows he’s too lazy to move it around in his small space.
– Ann has a question about safety during dado blade use.
– Cory is having some difficulty designing.
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