WWGOA LIVE: January 2022

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Looking for some new woodworking knowledge? George Vondriska answers your woodworking questions on WWGOA LIVE.

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9 Responses to “WWGOA LIVE: January 2022”

  1. Kipp BAKER

    [Not for live session] Would suggest that when you announce the live session – you deal with questions which have been previously submitted. You can prep props, A/V aids, etc. (It’s the video producer in me… 😉 http://www.pixure.com BTW – your presentations (this comment notwithstanding) are excellent; your on-camera presence also excellence. One of, if not THE best out there…

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  2. Mark D

    I have seen 2 of your videos on sharpening. They both have similar material, but on one of them, when you were discussing sharpening chisels, you had to grind a chip out of a chisel. After grinding the edge flat you set up the grinder to put a 25 degree angle on the chisel. When you did that you used an a tool that I have not seen before to set the angle. It was a brass piece that was a acting as a protractor but it had two “feet” that you put against the grinder. Who makes that tool? Where does one find it?

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  3. ERIC W

    Why not make the bread board ends a little longer that the field. This way when the field expands the ends will always be even or a little longer.

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    • Customer Service

      Hello Eric,

      You end up choosing what time of year you want the ends to be flush. The field will always expand and contract across the grain. So you can have the breadboard ends even when the field is at its narrowest, when humidity is low, or when the field is its widest when humidity is high. Not both.

      Please let us know if you have any further questions

      Sincerely,
      Sarah
      Wood Workers Guild of America

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