It’s show #497. On today’s show, we’re talking about table saw extension wings, what you get when you pay more for a random orbit sander, wet wood, identifying wood, material for a new bench top
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What’s On the Bench
- Marc is making a fancy quilt rack full of bendy bits
- Matt started shipping bench kits
- Shannon finished up a serving tray
Emails and Voicemails
- Eric just found the show and asks if he should go back and listen to all the previous episodes
- Logan wonders about the differences between a $60 and $600 random orbit sander
- Mark needs help to identify a bunch of wood he won at auction
- Pat wants to make a bench top using a bunch of leftover scraps
- Mark asks about shortening his extension table on his tablesaw
- Christian has sopping wet wood and wants to build furniture from it quickly
- Terry has an old Apple tree and wants to mill the logs with his bandsaw
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