On today’s show, I discuss wood choices for tool boxes, traditional joinery methods for joining the corners of casework, dovetailing the corners of a box with angled sides, and lighting in the workshop.
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- Sean wants to know about wood choices for tool boxes.
- Alex is interested in traditional methods for joining the corners of casework.
- Max wants to know how to make dovetails on the corners of a box with sloped sides.
Today’s main topic is all about lighting in the shop.
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