Episode 125: Short Cuts/Saving Money

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What’s Going On In The Shop

Kyle – Made a few fountains in the back yard and started working on the book cases.

Sean – Delivered the bookcases and worked on the bathroom tile.

Grant – Working on the desk and moved to an new bench space in the co-op.

Main Topic – Taking short cuts and saving some money along the way.

What we are watching: (not discussed)

Sean – Luke Cage

Kyle – Audio Books with Anthony Bourdain

Grant – I can’t remember

Listener Questions, Email, Tweets, and Comments:

Eric Nielsen – Hi Guys,
Love the show, I have been listening weekly since episode12. The show has changed quite a bit over time, and it has only gotten better. I have a question or possibly a short subject for the podcast – What is your method for getting accurate angled cuts? What about compound cuts?

I have seen Kyle do this 2 ways in videos; a simple jig on the miter saw to set the blade angle, and also the Rockler sled on the table saw. (How is that Rockler sled?) Curious to see what methods Grant and Sean might be using. I am working on some tables with geometric inlays and would like to be able to get accurate cuts down to the tenth of a degree.

The podcast is awesome, keep making interesting stuff an letting us hear about it!

iTunes Reviews

None this week
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Author: Spunjin

I am a woodworker, maker, and DIY enthusiast.

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