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What’s Going On In The Shop
Kyle – Finished a floating bowl and 100 tap handles.
Sean – Finished the chair for the 3 power tool challenge.
Brian – Working on a table and the doors.
Main Topic – How Our Schedules Have Changed
Ty Moser – What are the pros and cons of content creation? Do you grow in your own work?
Listener Questions, Email, and Comments:
Joe Pierce – Since last weeks episode didn’t have any emails for Sean to read, I’ll try to help.
Rebecca Orange – Hey guys,
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One thought on “Episode 066: Scheduling Conundrum”
(repeating my comment on youtube)
Thanks for the great shows.
Have you investigated any more into the depth of cut issue on the mega dado/box joint sled?
My guess is it is problem with the key, but you would have to make some careful measurements. Maybe the hot glue doesn’t give a consistent offset depth.
Another possiblility is that the screws attaching the fence spread the plies a few microns.
Drill couple of holes in the sled deck and measure the distance to the top of the saw table.
I would love to hear a follow up on the Dusty Life Podcast .
I hope you get those internet issues ironed out so you don’t miss any more shows.
All the best.