WWGOA LIVE! September 2019

Duration: 1:01:14

Thanks for tuning in. Here’s what we covered.

2:00 George’s new old router
6:00 Dado head on a Delta table saw?
7:15 Breadboard end on 42” wide table
8:45 Veneer on Lane Hope Chest
9:50 Box joint blade vs dado head for box joints
11:15 Hardwood suppliers in the Mpls/St Paul area
13:00 Good beginner project
14:40 Good skills for beginner woodworkers
16:50 Wood for 3D CNC work
19:00 Dimple a framing square to make it square
22:40 New Axiom air filter
23:00 Kreg Accu Cut, DeWalt track saw
28:00 Squaring panels
29:15 Cheap way to install dust collection
30:10 Dust collector advice
31:40 Bandsaw tuning
33:00 Dust collector remote
36:50 Wooden shop floor vs concrete
39:40 Angles for curved lid of treasure chest box
40:00 Crosscut sled, cutting large panels
42:00 Banjo comes loose
43:40 Grounding a dust collector
44:00 Air compressor plumbed?
45:20 Wall art. Glue over stain?
46:20 10” miter saw advice
47:50 Magport quick connects
48:15 DeWalt planer dust collection
48:30 Resawing on a Laguna bandsaw
49:00 Plans for George’s workbench
50:15 Narrow raised panels
52:00 Beginner CNC book
53:50 Stopped cut on router table
55:20 Stuff in George’s shop
57:00 Closed captioning
58:00 George’s teaching schedule

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15 Responses to “WWGOA LIVE! September 2019”
  1. Anny
    Anny

    Can you give me a few good projects that would practice basic skills for a beginner? Thanks George, really enjoy your videos.

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  2. Jim
    Jim

    Hello George, I’m going to glue up some lumber to turn a large platter. Is there a rule of thumb for how large a diameter you would use a paper bag glue joint waste block on?

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  3. Doug
    Doug

    Your floor looks like concrete. Do you have any problems with how hard the floor is to work on all day? Do you recommend or have experience workin on a “softer” floor for long work sessions?

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  4. Jeff Futch
    Jeff Futch

    Working with large Live Edge Slabs how do you keep them from cupping or Warping after they have been flattened?

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  5. George S Single
    George S Single

    Hi George here is a tip for you when clean your Drum sander paper, Get like a large plastic container with a screw lid and fill it with about 4 inches of Simple Green and let soak for a few hours then brush with a plastic brush and Rinse and Hang to dry

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  6. Erik Seineke
    Erik Seineke

    Will You please include information about the highest level of art in wood, i.e., Sam Maloof –
    Thank You, in advance – Erik

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      Customer Service

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