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On today’s show, we’re talking about sharpening router plane blades and minding the gap…between cabinet doors.
What’s on the Bench?
- Matt added a ship lap back to his chest of drawers project
- Shannon is amazed how long little details take on his projects
- Caleb James posted an embedded video of Peter Galbert on Rough Cut making a windsor chair. Great woodworking. Great episode.
- The Russian Domino
- The Ma‘agan Michael shipbuilding project which is an endeavor to rebuilt a 2400 year old ship that was found near the shores of Israel using tools from that era.
- How to make a mallet from milk jugs. – Peter Brown’s Shop Time
- A group of woodworkers stepped in to save the day when a storm destroyed some heritage trees downed in a 2010 storm. It’s cool to see how they interpreted the design brief to honor the spirit of the garden’s founder.
- David Marks has a video up describing the design and build of his “Egypt-inspirated tabula” or something like that
- Introducing the Skottbenk, Scandanavian “sticking bench”
Poll of the Week
- Chris, Jeremy, and Aaron add their 2 cents on cut lists in reference to episode 226.
- Allen wants to know how to sharpen a router plane blade
- Dan wants to know how to plan for the gap between cabinet doors.
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3 replies on “WT228 – Marc has the Sniffles”
Shannon, for an American, your swedish was excellent. One little note though. Not every O is funny, only the ø and ö *. You have the best ø I have heard from anyone that is not Scandinavian.
*the ø and ö are the same, us Norwegians just have to be different from the rest, so we use ø.
I hope your feeling better. While it was weird you were not on the show, I thought Shannon and Matt did a great job on #228.. Thanks for not canceling the show for another week, I’m not sure if I could go cold turkey 2 weeks in a row without my WoodTalk fix…LOL Thanks guys.
I know this is a waaaaay late comment to this show, but after a hiatus from listening to you guys I’m back.
I agree about Miller Dowels. They’re great. I just recently started using them and I had no issues during the build. I used walnut dowels in some clear old growth pine I found in my great uncle’s garden shed. The combination is beautiful and strong!