On today’s show, I discuss silicone in waxes, paring yellow pine end grain, using cambered irons to square board edges, making moldings with a combination plane, more on reference surfaces, and sliding dovetails.
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- Rob had some feedback on waxes and rust prevention.
- Jay is having trouble paring southern yellow pine end grain.
- Hugo is unclear how a cambered iron can help square the edge of a board.
- Don is having trouble with his Record 050 plough plane.
- Alex has a follow up question on reference surfaces.
Today’s main topic is sliding dovetails.
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