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On today’s show we’re talking about panel movement in a grill stand, concerns over basement humidity, and cutting compound angled tenons.
What’s on the Bench?
- Marc is working on the headrest for his rocking chair
- Shannon played with his axes and bungee lathe
- Matt is having new project indecision
- A coopered Cedar Cup
- Andrew sent us a video of his cool drawer making invention
- Here are two guys making wooden sunglasses with a pedal powered duplicator
- Check out Bob Lang’s updated New Woodworker’s Guide to SketchUp
- Kevin sent us a cool video of a woodworker building a Pembrooke Table, but its a great quality Vimeo video so well worth the time to watch
Poll of the Week
- John sents us a link to a rust prevention product called The GoldenRod and another one called CRC 36
Bob from The Tulip City called in with a question about choosing hinges. Marc mentioned an article from Rockler
- Cliff is concerned about the best way to handle wood movement for his Cedar Smoker cabinet.
- Kevin wants to know a good way to deal with a high humidity basement workshop.
- Tim is wondering how to deal with an angled tenon shoulder on a chair back.