On today’s show we’re talking about: what glues work best at low temperatures, rust prevention on the hand tools, and mortiser setup
What’s On the Bench
- Marc finished his jewelry box and build a drill bit storage cabinet
- Matt is almost done with the highboy and starting to plan the waterfall table
- Shannon is resawing Redwood veneer
- The Woodworking Shows are starting up their 2018 circuit. Check out when it comes near you.
- Megan Fitzpatrick has resigned from Popular Woodworking
- Chuck Bender is back and will be teaching in PA again
- Sam has some thoughts on sanding vs planing
- Wilbur advises Shannon that turning on an electric lathe is still a hand tool
Lumber Industry Update
Cuban Mahogany is back? Maybe not. New technology in the African hardwood market could be a very good thing for sustainability and visibility.
- Dan wonders about doing a glue up in a cold shop
- Bryan is struggling with his mortising machine
- Kim is worried about rust on tool stored right in front of the window
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8 replies on “WT421 – Mind the Thigh Gap”
Thanks for the great show. Guys trying to download the file as an mp3, having issues. Did you change format over the break?
Try it again.
So I have been thinking about moving out to Tennessee from California for some time now. I just realized i might have to consider cold temperatures and humidity considerations with my woodworking now. More to consider i guess lol
Just a tip regarding Amazon Prime accounts – I was able to share my Prime account with my wife, but I don’t see the items she ordered for me. It makes it easier around Christmas. May be a solution to the issue you were discussing.
We do the same thing Joel. We don’t see each other’s orders but we share Prime.
Marc I guess the best nick name for you is MACHINATOR, the man with the incredible machines! Keep up the good work and pls don’t quit!
I am completing my new shop and I was wondering how many lumens you guys would recommend per square foot. Will be using led lights. My space has 8 foot ceilings and is 1600 square foot.
Hope the holidays were great. I really missed listening to you guys. Thanks for any advice.
Thank you for the gift input my Woodlings, I just want you to know that I have since experimented with my wife’s makeup. I must say i look great in rouge, but she says its not for me…
However, my new spindle sander made me smile.