HTT037 – Working with Reclaimed Wood
On today’s show, I discuss shoulder planes, sanding after hand planing, web frames and dust boards, when to use mechanical reinforcement in your joinery, and working with reclaimed lumber.
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- Jay wants to know about using a shoulder plane to fix a mis-cut tenon shoulder.
- Joe wants to know if it’s necessary to sand after hand planing before finishing.
- Jeremy wants to know more about web frames and dust boards.
- Robert asks when is mechanical reinforcement of joinery necessary and when is it not.
Today’s main topic is about working with reclaimed or salvaged lumber.
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