On today’s show, I discuss lead screws on auger bits, single vs. double iron wooden planes, stair saws, and considerations when setting up a new workshop.
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- Andy has some clarification on exactly what woods are described as Hem-Fir.
- Jeremy wants to defend the use of water based finishes.
- David has a question on auger bit lead screws.
- Georges is making a wooden hand plane and wants some advice on whether he should use a single iron or a double iron. I mentioned my blog post on wooden plane throat geometry.
- Damien would like some thoughts on using a stair saw for dados.
Today’s main topic is considerations when setting up a new workshop.
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