It’s Moist in Here

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On today’s show we are answering your questions. It’s all Q&A!

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What’s on the Bench

Marc – Working on a set of Nesting Tables. Gearing up for the CNC guy’s visit.
Matt – Finished up the garden bench, finishing up the trailer
Shannon – designing a new set of built ins

Voicemails and Emails

  • Ray has thoughts on why books are still popular. Check out his podcast The Hand Tool Book Review
  • Eddie asks about Titebond Extend 2
  • Sean wonders how a hand plane works with coplanar “beds” unlike a power jointer.
  • Erick wants to make sugar maple cookies, mmmmm
  • Nick asks about wood dust concerns around the kids
  • Mike is making a huge wall panel and has questions about wood movement
  • Greg asks if he will lose anything if he makes his leg vise shorter and not extend down the entire leg.
  • Alex asks about pet safety in the shop
  • Matt asks if a Domino can be used to make doors
  • Dan wonders if there are good resources for buying used power tools like a cabinet saw
  • Lucas asks whether a 5″ or 6″ orbital sander will help him with narrow parts

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1 reply on “It’s Moist in Here”

I’ve used drawbores on one side of dominos before. I was using them for breadboard ends (in addition to a tongue and groove) on a kitchen table and I wanted to allow the outside ones to move. I glued them into the table and widened the hole in the other side out to a slot to allow movement.

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