On today’s show, we’re talking about ammonia fuming, pre-finishing rituals, plywood in the hand tool shop, and how flat is flat enough.
What’s on the Bench
Marc – Finishing up the Morris Chair and visiting the Rough Cut show in Boston.
Matt – Floating on a boat.
Shannon – Having a design disagreement with a client.
– Timelapse of Wood Cut Millimeter by Millimeter:
– Planing competition finals:
Poll of the Week
– Marty has some information about the pencil sharpening guy, David Rees’s upcoming show on National Geographic.
– Stan has an idea for capturing a panel as a shelf between legs using breadboards.
– Alex shares a story about an airforce pilot whose woodworking hobby yielded false positives on drug tests.
– Jim is quite happy with his Wilton 7″ woodworking vice.
– Wilbur has some thoughts on Shannon’s difficulty adjusting to power tools.
– Jeff is looking for ideas on knock-down spray booths. Marc recommends he check out this FWW article.
– Crickett has a question about ammonia fuming and our pre-finishing rituals.
– Texaswood is concerned about flatness and what’s flat enough.
– Allen is wondering about the use of plywood with hand tools.
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