WWGOA LIVE! November 2020

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Looking for some new woodworking knowledge? George Vondriska answers your woodworking questions on WWGOA LIVE. Thanks for tuning in at the new time. We had a blast and covered a lot of ground, including having a look at George’s cedar strip canoe.

1:00 Charcuterie boards
4:30 Cedar strip canoe
7:45 ISOTunes LINK
9:00 Standalone air filters: Axiom Stratus and Powermatic air cleaner
13:00 Quick and Easy Woodworking Projects (Free Plans!)
14:30 CNC Christmas ornaments
15:15 How many hours in the canoe?
16:55 Termites in fresh cut wood – Bora Care
18:20 Recommended router bit sets
20:00 Arbortech Power Carving Unit
24:15 Finish for cremains urn
25:30 Finish on charcuterie board Odies Oil
27:35 George’s most complicated projects
30:00 Waterproof finish
31:20 Sheet optimization software
33:15 Finish for a workbench
35:40 Why a complicated design on the canoe bottom?
36:20 Finishing to prevent wood movement?
36:40 Outdoor finish for bird table
39:45 Arbortech Power Carver demo

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8 Responses to “WWGOA LIVE! November 2020”
  1. Paul Miner
    Paul Miner

    How do you “finish” or deal with your live edges on your boards? Remove bark? , etc.

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Hi Paul,

      Thank you for being patient while I reached out to the expert, here is the reply:

      I usually cut the live edge straight using a jig saw or band saw. If you want to leave it as a live edge, you will have to decide whether you want to remove the bark or leave it on. Either way is ok, but a little of each is not a good look.

      Paul
      Woodworkers Guild of America

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Hi Robert,

      Sorry for the delay, here is the reply:

      Hi Robert,
      I’d suggest a 2 HP unit at a minimum, and a 3 HP dust collector would be better.
      Yes, George is an Eagle Scout.

      Paul
      Woodworkers Guild of America

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  2. Robert Steck
    Robert Steck

    Ive seen an Eagle scout mug on your wall. are you and eagle scout as well as a scout master?

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Hi Robert,

      Thank you for being patient while I asked the experts, here is the reply:

      Hi Robert,
      I’d suggest a 2 HP unit at a minimum, and a 3 HP dust collector would be better.
      Yes, George is an Eagle Scout.

      Paul
      Woodworkers Guild of America

      Reply
  3. Dominique
    Dominique

    What is the maximum size of bit to be used with laminate trimmer router 23000rpm ? I would like to do a circular maze and my regular router is too big to root small circles.

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