On today’s show, I discuss jointing really long boards, making curved moldings by hand, using thinner lumber to make a thick workbench top, rounding the corners of plane irons, and starting a woodworking related side business.
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- Dave is having trouble edge jointing really long boards.
- Mark would like to know how to make curved moldings by hand.
- Ed wants to know if he can use 8/4 and 4/4 white pine to make a Moravian workbench.
- Joe has a question about rounding the corners of plane irons vs cambering.
Today’s main topic is about starting a small, woodworking related side business.
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