WWGOA LIVE! February 2018

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83 Responses to “WWGOA LIVE! February 2018”
  1. Jeff Fitzgerald

    is it better install a dust collection tubes along the floor or the ceiling or does it make any difference?

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    • Barry.w.indiana

      I put mine under the floor. Have outlets right next to major tools with blast gates.

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  2. KARL

    George, I have a Craftsman router # 315.268350 in my router table. I have very little travel .437 for depth adjustment on the router, loosen collect W/ a dial indicator, hoping to achieve the dimension I’m after.

    Is there a retrofit fine adjustment mechanism like the fine adjustments on your router table available?

    can you show the underside of your router table top?
    Brighton, Co

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  3. JP

    Hey George, loved your video with April Wilkerson on frame her shop. Good stuff! I have issues with flushing up joints. I usually us pocket holes or brads and glue. I am still practicing dados. Do you have any good tips\tricks on getting 2 joints perfectly flushed before fastening them?

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  4. John

    Good evening from northern Idaho, George.
    You have mentioned using Bostik Glidecote for various purposes. How many different applications do you use it for and how long does a can last?
    Thanx. 🙂

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  5. BILL

    Thank you George for in information about the Rustoleum metallic spray paint . I was able too find it here and it is GREAT

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  6. Vernon

    I have a woodpeckers PRL-V2 router lift with a Porter-Cable 7518 motor and I have a centering cone , what is the best way to center the motor in the lift . Thank you for your help

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  7. Michael

    Is the Live Event really going to happen? An email I received says it is tonight, but the website says tomorrow.

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  8. lawrence

    I have an old off brand 30+ year old jointer inherited from my father many years ago. I’ve not used it much so I don’t have a history with it. Recently, I’ve noticed small wave-like ripples after I make a pass. It’s noticeable enough that I need to sand it to get the surface perfectly flat. Is this just a function of a cheap planer or do I need to adjust or sharpen the blades?.

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  9. James

    This just came up on You Tube “*** Hi everyone! We will be LIVE in a few mins. Hang tight! ***”

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  10. Glenn

    From Tracy, CA. I just bought a JessEm Mast-R-Lift, top and fence and would like to build a router table cabinet similar to yours. Can you show us the inside of your router cabinet? Where/how do you store your bits?

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  11. Claude Jay

    I’m in the market for a wood lathe. I owned a Jet 1440vs for about 4 years and I sold it last week. Now that I’ve sold it I’m looking to buy another one. My eyes have seen 2 lathes that I have an interest in. The Laguna 18-38 and the Jet 16-40EVS. I’ve read so many negatives about Laguna tools in general and especial their lathes. It’s mostly because of the customer service with Laguna. The Laguna lathe offers many more option with it than the Jet, but it just comes back to, if I have a problem will the person on the other end of the phone at Laguna be civilized? George, you’ve had both of these company’s products, which one would you suggest I consider?

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  12. Richard Fehr

    Howdy from Texas. I have round solid wood table that I bought a while ago, and the table top appears to have been made from edge-glued 2×6’s. My teen granddaughter sat on the edge and it broke off along a glue line. The pieces fit back together almost perfectly, even though the edges are not perfectly flat. Should I re-glue it and clamp it as it is (which is the easy method), or do recommend jointing the edges of the table and the broken piece to make them smooth and then gluing? I would have to take the table top off to do this, and I would like to avoid this if I could. What do you think?

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  13. Dave

    I hope you’re able to get the technical issues resolved. I’m waiting here in SW Missouri, to watch the live event for the first time since I’ve been a member! Looking forward to it!

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  14. Stan

    i wish you could get the time thing to show correctly, usually its only off by an hour, but tonight its way off., say the live event is in 23 hours! Feb 9th at 8pm,

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  15. Richard Fehr

    Howdy from Texas. I have round solid wood table that I bought a while ago, and the table top appears to have been made from edge-glued 2×6’s. My teen granddaughter sat on the edge and it broke off along a glue line. The pieces fit back together almost perfectly, even though the edges are not perfectly flat. Should I re-glue it and clamp it as it is (which is the easy method), or do you recommend jointing the edge of the table and the broken piece to make them smooth and then gluing? I would have to take the table top off to do this, and I would like to avoid this if I could. What do you think?

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  16. Jim smith

    Hi George
    Have you ever done arched raised panel doors? If so what are some tips in making the doors.
    Jim from Illinois

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  17. Gary Coyne

    So which few minutes are in discussion? Seriously, very sorry you’re having problems, you have my sympathy. May have to get the recording because my wife and I will be stopping for dinner in 30 from now

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  18. Chris R

    I want to start learning how to hand cut dove tails. I have seen lots of videos, so ready to start making some saw dust. I do not have a dovetail saw. Could I start out with something simple like DeWalt flush cut saw ($11), or should I go for a Japanese dozuki $(35)? Do you think I will notice much of a difference when starting out?

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  19. Donald Wade

    Great class last saturday. I am well underway with my kitchen project. Thanks again.

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  20. Jim M.

    I’m looking to use 1/4 inch white oak plywood for shaker style doors, on a bathroom vanity. Which would be better MDF or veneer core? Thanks

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  21. Stan

    I have a Jet 16/32 drum sander, simular to the super max you demonstrated. I have had some issues with getting a dark brown substance on the paper (pitch?) and then it burns long streaks in the boards. Any suggestions or cure? has even happened with relatively new paper and a drum cleaned with solvent.
    I also had a terrible time trying to sand a bunch of narrow cherry face frame pieces, they were during real bad all across the boards, finally gave up and went to the RO. is cherry prone to burning?

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  22. Glenn

    I need to run dust collection ducts in my shop. Is 4″ PVC acceptable or should I use metal ducts?\

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  23. Joe

    We can’t hear either of you if you are not standing right in front of the computer. We don’t know what question you are answering.

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