WWGOA LIVE! August 2020

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Thanks for all the great questions during this month’s WWGOA LIVE Q&A.

Here’s what happened:
1:10 Identifying finishes
3:35 Working with hickory
5:00 Wood darkens with finish
6:15 Router bits for a rule joint
7:20 Mirka sanders
10:00 Software for parts lay out: http://bridgewooddesign.com/
11:30 Glue for rosewood
12:50 Growth of YouTube channel
15:30 Heavy duty clamp
17:25 Count the clamp contest
18:20 Wax dulls finish on tools?
19:00 Sources for guitar making supplies: www.stewmac.com and www.lmii.com
19:45 Custom handsaws
20:30 Spray finishing class?
21:30 Video shoots of spray finishing
22:20 Router table plan?
23:20 30 degree bevel on a large panel
25:20 Videos for beginning woodworkers
26:50 Plane dimensional lumber?
28:45 Storing woodburning tips
30:00 Domino or mortiser? 500 or 700
31:00 SawStop table saws
32:25 Metal or PVC dust collection pipe?
33:20 Router table choices
34:00 Jet 18” bandsaw?
34:50 Table saw set up
35:30 Finish for a vanity
37:20 Making a large, curvy table leg
39:20 Angles from jointer passes
40:40 Hand plane purchase
40:50 6-1/2” or 7-1/4” circ saw?
42:15 Wiring in George’s shop
44:00 Wood for outdoor furniture
45:10 Aligning drawer fronts
46:00 Router table built in to table saw
46:55 Glass on a vanity to prevent moisture build up?
47:15 Tool is unplugged…..
48:45 Sustainable wood sources

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Hello Edward,

      Thank you for contacting us. I’m sorry the only rocking chair is the Child’s Shaker rocking chair.

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      Sincerely,

      Joan
      Woodworkers Guild of America Video Membership

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  1. Mike
    Mike

    Thought out this Covid-19. I started to expand my experience. On making a branch out of a twin headboard. As I supervised myself how it turned out. The headboard started to peel off its detail from its own surface. How can salvage it now. To continue to enjoy the bench I made for the outside porch?

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Hi Mike,

      Thank you for contacting us. Here is the reply from the experts:

      Great idea. Unfortunately I don’t know what is causing the detail to peel, so I don’t have any suggestions on how to stop it. If the bench is exposed to moisture, and that is causing the peeling, then you might want to remove the old finish and apply a finish such as a clear deck finish that is more conducive to outdoor use.

      Paul
      Woodworkers Guild of America

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Hello Derald,

      Thank you for contacting us. Here is the reply from the expert:

      Titebond 3

      Paul
      Woodworkers Guild of America

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