HTT028 – Just Questions

On today’s show, I discuss planing the edges of thin stock, dado planes, replacing the blade and chipbreaker in a transitional plane, woods, glues and finishes for outdoor projects, and dealing with wood movement woes.

Supporters

Thanks to Joe Deslauriers, William Elliott, Arkadiusz Cwikowski, Bill Warnock, Krister K., Lawrence Pylinski, Jeff Skiles, Matt McGrane, Jared Tohlen, Chris Barnes, Lance Stuchell, John Schuster, Steven Danenman, Kyle Groff, Jeff Mertz, Alex Young, Paul Joynes, Christopher Steenbock, Ethan Sincox, Michael Davis-Cheshire, Hernán Coronel, Jeremy Turner, Zayd Zaytoon, Hugo Baillargeon, Scott Runnels, Mark Benson, Cameron Broome, Ted St. John, Dave Challis and Dave Nonomura for your support on Patreon.

Feedback

  • No feedback.

Listener Questions

  • Rowland wants to know how to plane the edges of long thin stock and keep them square.
  • Hugo wants to know about dado planes.
  • Ben needs to replace the iron in a transitional plane.
  • Matt needs some advice about building an outdoor bench.
  • Dave & Scott have some questions about wood movement that are causing them grief.

Main Topic

No main topic today, just listener questions.

Feedback, Questions or Topic Suggestions?

If you’d like to submit something for the show, send a voice note recorded on your phone to bob@brfinewoodworking.com.  You can also leave a voicemail at (276) 601-3123 or use the contact form on the Contact page.

How to Support the Show

If you’d like to support the show, you can do so by visiting the Support page.

Posted in Hand Planes, Wood and tagged , , , , .

2 Comments

  1. Thank you for that episode. As usually, well explained! Could you talk a bit about miter saws (hand tool naturally)? What do you use to cut quickly 2X4 or other dimensions at different degrees ? For now , I am not using my Dewalt, it takes me a lot of time to make sure that the angle is good (using a hand plane etc to make them precise (not accurate!)).

    Cheers and thank you

Join the Discussion

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.