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Woodshop Life Podcast
Woodshop Life Podcast
Woodshop Life Podcast
Episode 65 - Routing Dados on Large Carcass Builds, Veneering Solid Stock, Edge Gluing Thin Stock, & MUCH More!
Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/woodshoplife Sean 1) Hey guys - Ray here from Ravenwood. I love the podcast and the information it provides! I’m building a hand tool cabinet and had a quick question about storing hand planes in a plane till. I know conventional wisdom is to store planes on their side to protect the plane iron? How does a plane till change this? Do you guys retract the blade when storing in a till, or is the idea that the angle of the till sufficiently mitigates gravity such that the plane can remain set up? 2) A woodworking podcast that actually has woodworking content! Love your show. My question deals with routing dados on large carcass builds by hand. When placing a straight edge, sometimes the router wants to jump on me and go off line. I tried placing a straight edge on bottom and then at the top of router while going in a left to right direction. Should I be using two straight edges to keep router from veering of line? Or are there other factors such as speed and depth of bit? Thanks. barriowoodworks Guy 1) Hey guys, first love the podcast! Of course I've learned that I cannot do anything else while listening as I'm constantly having to pause the podcast and write stuff down haha. My question is about shake/rail and stile doors and drawer fronts. I've made a handful at this point and it seems no matter what I do they never end up flat. They are twisted or just bowed out a bit or something. I try to be as careful as possible during glue up etc, but they just never end perfectly up flat in the end. Is there a good strategy that I just don't know about? I use poplar usually for the rail/stiles and plywood for the inserts - Ephraim 2) I'm new to the world of veneering and would like your advice for my current project. I'm building a simple hand tool cabinet from rift sawn sapele and would like to accent the door panel and drawer fronts with a contrasting veneer. Most likely, it will be maple. In my design, there are two banks of drawers. The dimensions of their faces are 3.5" x 6" for the top set, and 4" x 9" for the bottom. Ideally, they will be 5/8" thick. My plan is to use baltic birch as the substrate for the door panel, but I would like to use solid wood for the drawers. Given their size, how important is it to have a balancing veneer? If it's not important, should I consider a more stable cut of wood, such as quarter sawn or rift? Thanks in advance, Justin Huy 1) Picture an oval shape in 2 halves and each edge will have fingers to interlock a center divider which will utilized a divider; shelf on the top and a half oval drawer on the bottom The long edges of the divider will have fingers that will interlock with each half of the oval.. I want to veneer the outside and inside of this oval and will dress the edges with a walnut 1/2" thick edge banding. I am going to acquire some 24" x 96" sheets of walnut veneer. Most have a paper back. * will this veneer work in wrapping the outside and inside of the oval or will the curvature be too tight and cause the veneer to break. If so what would you recommend that may be a better solution. * With a glue up like this what would you recommend for glue? * I do not have a vacuum system or bags I will create a form from MDF to apply the pressure to the inside and outside. I am looking at veneering the insides first while it is still in 2 pieces. Once the 2 halves are together I will veneer the outside. * Any advice on the gluing of the veneer and thoughts on how to apply the pressure for the glue up. This will probably be the most ambitious project I will be creating which is going to utilize new techniques and building processes I have never done. This design has been in my head for years and I have put it on paper years ago. 2) I was wondering about your ideal way to glue up book matched door panels. For instance, I have a 4/4 board and I’ll resaw it on the bandsaw. These boards will be my boards to make the panel. The thin boards are usually too thin to put in a clamp. My process is to use blue tape and a friction fit. I’ll put the tape on one side then prop it up in the center and put glue in the joint and wiggle it a tad back and forth along the joint then put more blue tape on the other side. I was wondering if you had another method that would be better. Thank you for taking time out of your busy lives and sharing your knowledge with the community! This episode is sponsored by Maverick Abrasives. Check them out at https://www.maverickabrasives.com
55 min
We Built A Thing
We Built A Thing
MARK | DREW | BRUCE
084 - Storage Racks, Plasti-Dip for Clamps & Helical Heads
In this episode, Mark gets his furnace to limp through the rest of this cold season while he installs a bunch more lumber storage in the shop. Drew has to move his tools around to mill the longer walnut lumber for his upcoming project. Bruce has been laser cutting acrylic templates and shipping them all over the place. Plus, he finally finished the video and plans for the CNC table (that could also be an assembly table...download the free plans from the video link below) Become a patron of the show to receive awesome rewards! http://patreon.com/webuiltathing Help us grow our audience by sharing the show on Instagram and tagging @webuiltathing OUR TOP PATREON SUPPORTERS: -YouCanMakeThisToo -JK Canvas -Jennie and Davis -Tom's Woodwork -Chiseled Woodworking -Tim Morrill -Brent Jarvis -Dad It Yourself DIY -Broken Lead Woodworks -Chris Powell -Christopher Simonton -Maddux Woodworks -Ray Jolliff -Firewood Designs -Ryder Clark -James Attaway Lumber racks mentioned in the show: https://amzn.to/2ZMexoc We Built A Thing T-shirts! We have two designs to choose from! (You can get one of these as a reward at certain levels of support) https://amzn.to/2GP04jf https://amzn.to/2TUrCr2 Bruce's most recent video: https://youtu.be/GNKQwikXCQA Drew's most recent video: https://youtu.be/jcJe6NFoY_0 Mark's most recent video: https://youtu.be/KrEnLvOIi1I We are all makers, full-time dads and all have YouTube channels we are trying to grow and share information with others. Throughout this podcast, we talk about making things, making videos to share on YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, etc...and all of the life that happens in between. CONNECT WITH US: WE BUILT A THING: www.instagram.com/webuiltathing WE BUILT A THING EMAIL: webuiltathing@gmail.com FISHER'S SHOP: www.instagram.com/fishersshop/ BRUDADDY: www.instagram.com/brudaddy/ GUNFLINT DESIGNS: www.instagram.com/gunflint_designs/ Music by: Jay Fisher (Thanks, Jay!)
1 hr 4 min
Another Woodshop Podcast
Another Woodshop Podcast
Another Woodshop Podcast
Episode 50: Fix Build This That
Episode 50 - Dan is till working on his giant Tetris shelf. Pete worked on a custom sign with CNC working epoxy and he’s in love. And Mike is working on a large bench build again and had a massive surge of orders on Etsy. Sponsor: MacBeath Hardwood https://www.instagram.com/macbeathhardwood/ https://www.macbeath.com/email-signup Sign up for Patreon for Early access, and special Patreon-only content: https://www.patreon.com/anotherwoodshoppodcast Voicemails: Adrienne (aka Barbara) Congrats on 50!  Adam Barnett custom woodworks What are some of your favorite moments from the shows so far? Henry Goncalves HG’s Alfresco and collate bar  Whats a project that you really want to do but have not had time to start. Josh Josh The Dad1 How did you guys get so awesome? Kimani Strayhorn How do you guys track finances? And what do you track? Lee Ohman Regal St. Congrats on 50!  Mike Phillips The Otter Mill Account management. What do you do with fake accounts? Scott  Dad It Yourself DIY Congrats on 50! Juice Groove, is that a default, or a custom request? Tyler Isacs Wooden Whiskers Trading Co. Congrats on 50! What have you guys done well? What did you do in the beginning that is now? Matt Taylor I’m wondering for those that don’t have a domino, whats another good way to mimic those joints? GAW: (Email to: AWPGiveaway@gmail.com) Microjig Grr-Ripper ($59.99) Sponsored by MacBeath Hardwood https://www.macbeath.com https://www.instagram.com/macbeathhardwood/ Winners: Moses Cho Microjig Grr-Ripper ($59.99) You can leave us a voice message at (754) 225-5297 or you can record your question or comment on your phones voice memo app and email it to anotherwoodshoppodcast@gmail.com You can follow us all and the podcast on Instagram and YouTube! Podcast: https://www.instagram.com/anotherwoodshoppodcast/ https://www.youtube.com/anotherwoodshoppodcast https://www.etsy.com/shop/awpstore Dan: https://www.instagram.com/danieldunlap.woodworks/ https://www.youtube.com/danieldunlap  https://www.etsy.com/shop/ddwwstore Mike: https://www.instagram.com/coffeycustombuilds/ https://www.youtube.com/coffeycustombuilds https://www.etsy.com/shop/coffeycustombuilds Pete: https://www.instagram.com/ptreesworkshop/ https://www.youtube.com/ptreesworkshop https://www.etsy.com/shop/pTreesWorkShop Support the show (http://www.patreon.com/anotherwoodshoppodcast)
1 hr 17 min
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