HTT049 – Shellac Basics
On today’s show, I discuss dovetail pin to tail ratio, leaving space for seasonal expansion between case back boards, and some basics on using shellac.
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- Darin has a great suggestion for an inexpensive hot hide glue pot.
- Darin is curious about dovetail pin to tail ratio.
- Brian is concerned about proper spacing for solid wood back boards for a bookcase.
Today’s main topic is shellac basics.
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