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What’s Going On In The Shop
Kyle – Chugging away on the Disneyland Trains. Turning a pedestal for the table commission. Dining table video is out.
Sean – Took it easy all week. Worked on editing a few videos and adding two styles of stools to the plans from last week.
Brian – Took a break most of the week. The wife wants a vanity for the bathroom. Walnut door video is out. Working on the credenzas.’
Main Topic – Improving Efficiency
Listener Questions, Email, and Comments
James Wright – How do you finish those projects that keep getting put off? Follow James on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, check out his YouTube channel and website.
Adam – Hello again fellas! I know there are plenty of articles on this topic, but I wanted to get an opinion from “you’s guys” on this: English Style Push saw or Japanese Style Pull saw for dovetails? Or something different altogether. I’m a beginner (zero cuts given) when it comes to dovetails. Plus, I don’t have any equipment to sharpen my own tools (yet). As a beginner, what route should I go? Also, is something like David Barron’s magnetic dovetail guide worth looking into or just a gimmick?
A good forum entry can be found here.
Jonathan – Gentlemen,
wnaziri – 5 Stars – Great Pod – I’ve enjoyed listening to every episode since the beginning. To podcast has improved significantly since the first episode. A special note: I have come to really appreciate the humanity of the 3 amigos. We have a professional woodworker, a semi-pro woodworker, and a stay-at-home loving father of 4 kids. I am proud to have something in common with them. Keep the episodes coming, please. Wade N (italics are our correction)
chrisXjacobsen – 5 Stars – TDL Haiku – A new woodworker, Loves listening to you guys, Just got a wood lathe.
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