On today’s show, we’re talking about when to use your air cleaner, tensioning a bandsaw blade, planing a glued up carcass.
What’s On the Bench
- Marc found a temporary LED lighting solution
- Matt is working on…wait for it…a bandsaw mill
- Shannon did some Spring cleaning in the fall
- Russell shared this super power planing machine.
- James shared a post on the self propelled track saw.
- Jay shared a browser plugin that will allow you to price watch on Amazon
- Kyle offered to help Matt figure out his VFD problem
- Nate wants to darken his table after the oil based finished has cured
- Jay is trying to resaw boards that are bigger than his bandsaw can handle.
- Jason has a comment.
- Dave wants to know how to best use an air cleaner
- Brian wants to know how Matt will tension a 25 foot bandsaw blade
- Arkadiusz wants to know how to plane an assembled carcass
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11 replies on “WT339 – A Fart in the Wind”
Listened to your last podcast. Great stuff as always. You all mentioned that if lee valley had a black friday sale you would buy everything. Its not a black friday sale but right now I am looking at their cyber monday sale page.
Hey Marc what was the name of the manufacturer of those bulbs you talked about?
Love the show.
Pretty sure he’s talking about these Feit bulbs.
I looked on the HD site and could not determine the bulb you mentioned. Do you have a brand/model number.
My HD had it in the light bulb aisle. Here’s the exact product: http://amzn.to/2fTJbD3
I think Ishitani Furniture on Youtube uses one of this fancy super surfacer dealy whackers, just seems like a smaller version. But I always wondered what that thing was.
I heard the call from Nate about adding color to Minwax Antique finish. I use this finish often and color with Lockwood oil soluble powder. Wirks very well.
The joke is on Marc and Shannon, Matt was too humble to point out that putting the Sawstop technology on a band saw mill is pointless because the wood is too wet and it would have to be disabled all the time.
What wattage did you replace with the 300 watt LED bulb?
I never checked. It was a CFL bulb. From looking at them, I’d estimate they were probably 40w equivalent.