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Kyle – 100 tap handles, a segmented bowl.
Sean – Started the chair for the 3 power tool challenge.
Brian – Working on the doors to match the credenzas.
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One thought on “Episode 065: Problematic Past Projects”
I am a bit behind, but I have a theory as to why Brian’s tablesaw sled jig might have failed: perhaps his key block was too tall for the dado? I imagine it would lift the back up, making the cut shallower and get progressively worse.