It’s show #482 For August 26th, 2020, and today we are cleaning out our inbox with a Q&A show.
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- Christian asks why sliding table saws are so rare in North America
- Jeremy keeps dropping his lathe chuck, try a Nylon washer
- Ehsan asks how to prevent end grain from absorbing so much finish
- Elliot asks about the merits of making an outfeed table lower than the table saw.
- Owen is worried his shoulder plane adjustments at the tenon will draw his project out of square.
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- Brad wants to make outdoor furniture from a tree he felled and wants to know if he should dry it to “indoor furniture” dryness or if he can work it wet.
- Kyle wonder what joinery method would be the fastest yet strongest for those with little shop time who want to build things quickly. We suggest a dowel jig or Kreg pocket screws
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Social Media Homework
What joinery method would you choose if speed and efficiency were of utmost importance. Used it? Send us a picture and explain why you chose that joinery method. Use the hashtag: #woodtalk482.