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On today’s show, we’re talking about steam bending vs bent lamination, choosing your tools based on sharpening methods, and replacing your dust collector’s filtration bags.
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What’s on the Bench
Marc – Toy box complete. Moving on to kitchen helper.
Matt – Display rack for the massive Vanderlist vinyl collection.
Shannon – spoon carving and running with knives.
– Derek sent in a video showing the carving of a college mascot:
Here’s a look at the statue today!
– Rehabilitation of a Precious Crest Rail
– Live Edge Table Build:
Poll of the Week
– Dusty is looking for a comparison between bent lamination and steam bending.
– Josh has a question about working with the easiest to sharpen tool first.
– Jeffrey is concerned about the filter bags on his Shop Fox dust collector.
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4 replies on “WT198 – Neanderthal Parenting Tips”
Yaketty Sax during Shannon’s stand up was a nice touch!
Can you please name the “Milk Paint” company that you use – am about to build a 6 board chest for the workshop to hold drop cloths, towels, rags, etc. with a reinforced lid with cushion as a place to sit for the wifey.
Sure Roger. http://www.milkpaint.com/
There are plenty of good quality milk paints for sale on Amazon that qualify for Prime 😀