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On today’s show, Levi has some questions about plywood cases, Steve wants to plane dried glue, John wants the skinny on angled mortises, Chris wants our thoughts on the iBox jig, Chris with a C is considering cutting dovetails with a tenon saw, and Chris is trying to choose between a fret saw and a coping saw.
What’s on the Bench
Marc – Shop furniture being critiqued and getting rid of that pesky snipe.
Shannon – Started shop cleaning and demolition.
Matt – Dueling thickness planers!
– Science Behind Hand Planes:
– Jared, Dyami and many others wrote in to point out Marc missed one of the most important aspects of Hybrid Tablesaws as discussed in Wood Talk #173: that the trunions are mounted to the table, not the cabinet, making adjustments more difficult.
– Brandon explains some of the science behind cold temperature glueups.
– Nick and others wrote in to let us know what Brad Pitt has been up to in the furniture world.
– Matt has an alternative suggestion for an inexpensive disc sander.
– Levi is building plywood bookcases and has questions about dado depth and solid wood trim. Marc suggests he check out the One & Two Sheet Bookcase project.
– Steve wants to know if it’s ok to plane glue.
– John has some questions about angled mortises. Marc recommend this Jeff Miller article.
– Chris wants Marc’s thoughts on the Incra iBox jig.
– Chris with a C is considering cutting dovetails with a tenon saw.
– Chris is trying to choose between a fret saw and a coping saw.
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