HTT021 – Working In A Small Shop

On today’s show, I discuss keeping inset cabinet doors aligned, white pine for a workbench top, bevel up vs. bevel down smoothing planes, tongue and groove planes, and tips for working efficiently in a small shop.

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Thanks to Joe Deslauriers, William Elliott, Arkadiusz Cwikowski, Bill Warnock, Krister K., Lawrence Pylinski, Jeff Skiles, Jens Rosendahl, Matt McGrane, Jared Tohlen, Chris Barnes, Christopher Bush, Lance Stuchell, John Schuster, Steven Danenman, Kyle Groff, and Cupressus Serotina for your continued support on Patreon.

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Listener Questions

  • Fred wants to know how to keep the inset cabinet doors aligned in his tool cabinet.
  • Charles wants to know about the suitability of 8/4 white pine for a workbench top.
  • Ryan wants to know if a bevel up smoother will provide any benefits over his current #4.
  • Scott is looking for tips on setting up and using a tongue and groove plane.

Main Topic

Today’s main topic is working efficiently in a small shop space.

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2 Comments

  1. Thanks for your great tips and insights. I’ve really enjoyed you podcasts since discovering them last month

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