On today’s show, I discuss woodworking in a small corner of the house/apartment, old woodworking books, auger bit lead screw pitch, and the basics of designing your own projects.
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- Willard Anderson suggested Tom Calisto (www.windwardwoodworks.com) for custom bowsaw blades of any size.
- Joseph is wondering about setting up to do woodworking in a small corner of a spare room or porch.
- Hernán is wondering about old woodworking books and where to find them.
- David is wondering how to determine auger bit depth by the number of revolutions.
Today’s main topic is about the basics of designing your own projects.
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