In this episode, we have special guest Brad Rodriguez from Fix This Build That on to chat about the Atlanta Woodworking Show this past week.
What are we working on?
- Zack: Website
- Johnny: Maple & Steel Coffee Tables Part 2, Roubo
- James: Coffee table, and hand router, and DRESSER!!!
- Brad: Clamp Rack, Home Depot Foundations
Show Topic: Atlanta Woodworking Show Recap
Q & A:
My question is I am building a roubo/nicholson combo bench for handtool use very similar to yours with a roubo twist. The legs are 3.5×3 through tenons exposing themselves on the top surface. Was planning on having a 1.5″ board running between that and the apron but i also have a tail vise Im installing and the closest to the edge i can run the dog holes is around 6 inches after the width of the apron and all is put together. Will this be a problem with planing? Should i run two rows of dog holes parallel to each other and just have the tail vise dog holding one half of the board and two dogs in the front so I can squeeze it to the edge. Please help. Benchtop is getting glued up soon, upright 2x4s 18″ wide and the base is already completed so cannot adjust leg width.
Johan van Zanten
how many coats does wipe on poly usually take? and is it pretty good against water?
As you guys all have businesses, what would have to change for you to considering hiring a helper?
Joke of the Week:
Q: What do you get when you resaw?