WWGOA LIVE! May 2021

Duration: 57:55

Happy May! Here’s what we covered on this month’s live stream:

1:00 Thanks, Titebond!
1:25 Sharpen Your Skills
3:30 Using Floetrol
5:30 What scrap wood to keep?
7:30 Polyurethane on a table top
9:35 Minneapolis area lumber suppliers
11:05 Upcut vs downcut spiral bits
14:40 Cutting plastic
15:48 Placement of tabletop fasteners
18:50 Worth repairing a Porter Cable 690?
19:50 Miter gauge slots not accurate
21:13 Titebond sizing
22:30 Dovetails on the tablesaw
26:00 Pressure from parallel jaw clamps
26:40 Solvent for polyurethane
27:25 Starting a garage shop
29:00 Wood for vise faces
29:30 Blind woodworkers
29:50 Carving HDPE
30:10 Saving scrap wood
31:30 Outdoor finish
31:50 Router place source
34:00 Porter Cable 690 brushes
36:30 Centering guide bushings on a router
37:38 Tablesaw blade selection
40:25 Bleach stain on a teak table
43:00 AC in a shop
43:45 Making a countertop
44:20 Rockler guide bushings with centering cone
44:40 Ridgid tablesaw and a dado stack
46:50 Making solid wood countertops Janka hardness scale
49:30 Buying clamps
50:50 Dovetails for inset overlay drawer fronts
51:50 Diameter of dado head for portable saws
52:00 Porter Cable out of the router business?
53:00 Miter gauge AND rip fence on tablesaw?
55:10 Local sawmills

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10 Responses to “WWGOA LIVE! May 2021”
  1. Bob
    Bob

    Do you have a Dado Set recommendation or a favorite Dado set? I’ve noticed a router table cabinet
    in your shop that I think was with a Woodpeckers router table. Is there a plan on WWG for the cabinet?

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  2. BRUCE
    BRUCE

    GEORGE,
    YOU HAVE TO BE THE SAFEST WOODWORKER EVER. BUT I HAVE A QUESTION. IN AN EARLER GEORGE LIVE,
    I SAW YOU SHOWING THE PROCEDURE FOR FOR MAKING LAP JOINTS…..IN THE DEMONSTRATION, YOU USED BOTH THE MITRE GAGUE AND THE RIP FENCE. I WAS TOLD SOMEWHERE ALONG THE LINE IT WAS DANGEROUS TO USE BOTH . AM I THE VICTOM OF AN “WOODWORKERS OLD WIVES TALE”?

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  3. BRUCE
    BRUCE

    GEORGE, WE ARE COUNTRY NEIGHBORS……..I AM 100 MILES NORTH IN SUPERIOR WI. DO YOU HAVE ANY LOCAL SAWMILLS WHERE I CAN OBTAIN ROUGH SAWN HARDWOODS?

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  4. Brett Asquith
    Brett Asquith

    How do you address humidity in the shop. It affects both wood and tool? Do you use AC your shop? If so, how do you filter the dust?

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  5. Robert
    Robert

    I’ve heard different thoughts on static electricity in a dust collection system. Some say don’t bother, some say its a must. Your thoughts?

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