TWP32: Dust Collection & A Brass Axe

02.17.2017 - By The Woodworking Podcast

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Episode notes:

Thank you to the following Patreon contributors

Michael Gilitzer
Lewi Uberg
Jim Jardine
John Kelly
Ainslee Portlock
Robert Pinder
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David Lightman
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Referenced Channels/websites/videos:

Nick theater cart - https://nickferry.com/2014/10/custom-mobile-work-station/
Grounding dust collection: http://www.thewoodnerd.com/articles/dustExplosion.html

Submitted Questions/comments:

Hey Jay-Pril Ferry (three in one) ! Just a reaction to your last episode, and the 'blen/blunder' of April with the axe handle. I had the exact same thing happening to me last week, when gluing up a carefully hand crafted mallet head in reverse on its handle... (see picture of the glue up with epoxy : https://postimg.org/image/9eznf1o0z/ - dont mind my epoxy made recipient) So unfortunately I noticed it after the epoxy had set, and had to saw the sides to make the mallet work, but now I have a tiny awkward mallet to remind me to check EVERYTHING before glue up... (https://postimg.org/image/meqecfkdz/) Kind of like measure twice cut once, but in this case, it is more check twice, glue once! Anyway, thanks for sharing this blunder April, I feel less alone in my misery ;) Keep up the great work and podcast! All the way from Belgium, Kévin Moulart
Leo Jewitt - Hello! I am a listener and enjoy of the podcast. I'm an apprentice carpenter, and amateur woodworker. My question is how do you find inspiration for designing projects? I have a couple cabinet projects to tackle, and am having a hard time designing them. How do you do it? Thanks!
David Fensler - Did I hear you mention on a podcast that there might be a woodworking show or meet & greet in Oklahoma? Do you have any more details on this?

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