On today’s show, I discuss dovetail orientation for casework, making a mortise across the grain of a board, small smoothing planes, and “non-traditional” projects.
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- Damien has feedback on flattening a workbench top.
- Elmer wants to know about a curious dovetail orientation in a piece of period casework.
- Ted needs to know how to make a mortise across the grain of a board.
- Jeremy wants to know if he is missing anything by not having a small smoother in his kit.
Today’s main topic is “non-traditional” projects.
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