On today’s show, I discuss laminating 2Xs for a workbench top, mixing shellac, linseed oil odor, replacement blades for Stanley hand planes, music in the workshop, and making elaborate frame & panel doors.
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- Matt wants to know if it’s OK to laminate two 2Xs together to make a thick workbench top.
- Hugo has some questions on finishes.
- John is looking for quality replacement blades for Stanley hand planes.
- Phil wants to know about the intro music for the show, and other music for the hand tool shop.
Today’s main topic is on making elaborate frame & panel doors.
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