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On today’s show we’re talking about re-coating an old poly finish, bandsaw blades for curves, and correcting a rip hand saw cut.
What’s on the Bench?
- Marc is gearing up to make some shop sawn veneer.
- Matt is considering a lathe stand.
- Shannon is building the Woodworkers Fighting Cancer table and chair project.
- Sheldon shared a link to a tutorial by DIYPete on how to make your own whisky barrel coffee table.
- Who’d thunk that cooperage would be the road to woodworking job security
- Here is a guy who used reclaimed wood to finish the walls of his shop
- Paul shared a video on some guys splitting a log
- John, Brian, and Joshua all have some great feedback on Amazon Handmade and a closer look at the not so good aspects about it. Joshua sent us a link to a maker that sheds some scary light onto the terms and conditions from Amazon.
- Robert shared a scary story about static electricity blowing a breaker in his shop while sanding and confirms some of Matt’s advice on dust host static control from episode
- Robert wants to know how to control tear out on the back side of the cut.
- Lyle has a question about block planes for the mainly power tool user.
- Craig wants to know how to go about recoating a polyurethane finish
- Jack has 3 questions about bandsaw blades for different situations
- Kelly wants to know what we think about using the table saw to start a resaw cut then finishing it off with a bandsaw.