On today’s show, I discuss tool acquisition as a new woodworker, cutting up old saws, repairing a twisted frame and panel door, accuracy vs. precision, and dust control.
From the Shop
- Work continues to continue on the four joinery saws I started a couple of weeks ago.
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- No feedback this week.
- Justin wants to know what tools to buy next.
- Rush is considering cutting down an old hand saw to make a panel saw.
- Jonathon needs help repairing a frame-and-panel door that has a twist.
- Marcus asks about ensuring that parts are of equal size.
Today’s main topic is dust control (not just dust collection) in the hand tool shop.
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