Episode 043: ΔCommission = ΔPlan

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What’s Going On In The Shop

Kyle – Finished the falling brick table and glued up 2 of the halves of the new torus.  Made some coffee mugs and worked on the Sprinter Van some more.  Chris Shey stopped in for an interview.

Sean – Veneering without a vacuum bag or a press (curly anigre and curly quarter sawn white oak).  Made the base and lid for the urn (white oak).  Getting started on a Shoe Storage Bench and making 2 wooden spoons (possibly).  A very welcomed new toy arrived.

Brian – Finished the Roubo, made a handle for a hair brush, and got started on the 3rd credenza.   Videos released on the Roubo and the hair brush handle.

Main Topic – Dealing with commission changes after delivery.

Listener Questions, Email, and Comments

Guest Questions:

None…

Email/Comments:

Tyler (@thewoodworkingstudio) – Love the show, Boys.  If you had $1,000, $5,000, or $10,000 what would you buy with each amount?  Would you buy one big thing or a bunch of smaller stuff?  Again, Love the show keep up the banter.

Dusty Travis – Hey guys,

First off, I just want to thank you for naming your show after me- its a great honor!

All kidding aside, I am in the planning stages for an urn that I need to make for my grandmother, who recently passed.  I am using some wood that I stashed when they had to cut down the tree in her backyard that I grew up playing in, so it has great significance to our family.
That being said, I do not have large enough pieces to just turn a solid piece, but rather will have to mill what I have into boards and do a segmented piece.  Can you guys recommend a program, or some pointers for calculating the segment sizes to make sure that I’m not wasting a bunch of wood for the final piece?  Thanks for your help!
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Author: Spunjin

I am a woodworker, maker, and DIY enthusiast.

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