Episode 168: The Boring Bunch

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What’s Going On In The Shop

Kyle – End Grain Vase and working on the spear.

Sean – Working on the penny box(s) still.

Grant – More bowls and bids.

Main Topic –

What we are watching/listening to:

Sean – Barry

Kyle –

Grant –

Listener Questions, Email, Tweets, and Comments:

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Author: Spunjin

I am a woodworker, maker, and DIY enthusiast.

2 thoughts on “Episode 168: The Boring Bunch”

  1. So you guys bash a lot on epoxy a lot, but here me out on an idea…. if you were to make clear epoxy segments for segmented turning and mix them with wood segments to make see threw designs, would wood movement blow it apart?

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