WWGOA LIVE! June 2017

Thanks for watching. We’re so happy to be coming to you with much better technology. Check out the great audio and video on this live stream. And, check out the great questions, turning to tablesaws, we covered a lot of ground.

1:21 Festool Domino
2:03 Proper length of fasteners
2:53 Setting a combination square
4:36 George’s new favorite joke
5:24 Changing brakes on a SawStop
10:46 Avoiding/dealing with squeeze out
13:25 Titebond 2 vs Titebond 3
14:30 Durable top coat for a bed
15:00 Using a jointer and table saw for rips
17:55 Can teak oil be tinted?
19:25 Fastening a vise to a workbench
20:52 Routing sapele and mahogany; reducing chipping
22:40 Drawer lock joint in corners that don’t meet at 90-degrees
24:56 Most difficult wood George has ever turned
26:13 SawStop blade won’t retract all the way
31:13 Pencil for marking dark wood
33:54 Caster recommendations
36:20 Making bow ties for slab furniture using Aspire
37:40 Damp rag for wiping glue?
39:00 Clamping pocket hole joints
40:27 Molasses for rust removal?
41:20 Retrofitting an old table saw with guard and splitter
43:00 Bar top finishes than can be used outside
44:00 Parts for a Performax 22-44
46:00 Sealing metal to avoid rust
47:03 Shop vacuum for dust collection?
48:40 Router or dado head for dadoes?
49:00 Woodworking as a career
51:42 Wood cups after glue up
53:41 Face frame on a corner cabinet
54:00 Favorite brand of lathe chisels
54:30 Squaring a cabinet
1:00:43 George’s teaching schedule

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95 Responses to “WWGOA LIVE! June 2017”

  1. Kimberly White

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  2. Karl Newton

    Your question regarding downward travel of table saw blade past the table surface. I came across a yard sale. Cabinet Table saw. (Little smaller than commerial size table saw) $145.oo WoW! I grabbed it. After hauling to my shop, I found out Why. This table had same issues. Downward travel. I found the Worn gear was slightly worn, but the last 6 to 8 teeth on the drive gear were missing, like it had been forced down with teeth full of dust / material. It took well over my purchase price to replace these parts. I went www.replacement parts.com They had the parts i needed. Today it is a sweet running machine.

  3. Andy Wendel

    This was my first time watching your live feed. I enjoyed it. I get your news letters. Sometimes I don't have time to read them and save them to a file. Then don't get back around to them. Someone asked about a blade guard for his older table saw. I needed one for my 40+ year old Rockwell and found Shark Guard www.thesharkguard.com/. I'm pleased with it. The gentleman, Lee Styron was very nice to work with.


    Gracias por su correo, me interesa pertenecer

  5. Jacques GIRARD

    test it

  6. Doug Miller

    There was a question re: Boiled Linseed Oil vs. Tung Oil and whether or not you could use poly with it. The difference is that they come from two different plants. Linseed oil will not dry on its own, which is why it is boiled. that process changes it at the molecular level so that it will eventually dry. Tung oil does dry and is a bit harder and clearer than BLO when it has dried. Both products not only can be covered with poly, they can be mixed with as well. In fact, a mixture of 1/3 oil, 1/3 poly, 1/3 mineral spirits is commonly known as Danish Oil.

  7. Dan

    The Audio and Video is "MUCH" better...

  8. john

    many lathe chucks to choose from. any recommendations or info?</strong>

  9. John

    George, here is a link to what I use for audio. I am pleased. https://www.amazon.com/Movo-WMIC50-Microphone-Integrated-Transmitter/dp/B00KLFJZ6Y/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&amp;qid=1498055138&amp;sr=8-1&amp;keywords=wmic50

  10. Carl Timko

    Video and audio are great! No pixelations.