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On today’s show, we’re talking about should you leave the marking gauge line or get rid of it, how flat does a jointing plane need to be and sharpening a fine toothed saw.
What’s on the Bench?
- Marc is building a bathroom mirror and going old school on his video production
- Matt is dealing with tear out on his drawer sides
- Shannon went birding with his wife and now has to build a bird feeder
- There is a new episode of The Highland Woodworker
Poll of the Week
- Geoff is a knitter and he wants respect!
- Josh wonders if maybe gaps between boards are necessary when building outdoor projects
- John doesn’t get how running a panel through the planer right out of the clamps would work
- Joe the shop teacher is gellin’ with his cushioned inserts
- Vinny called back in to clarify which Roomba he is using for his shop
- The OCD Woodworker called in to ask about anti fatigue matts and our opinions on hard or soft
- David from KC wants to know what he is doing wrong when it comes to pore filling Mahogany
- Tim wants to know if we leave the knife line on our dovetail baselines or remove it, and why, and how.
- Tony has a slightly out of flat Stanley #8 jointer and wants to know if it is a user or a junker…so banana hands Matt comes tot he rescue.
- Josh is wondering if really fine dovetail saws can be sharpened and how the heck do you do it.