Wood Talk #71

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Glen Drake dovetail saw
Project Bucket List

Around the Web:
The Woodshop Widget
iPod/iPhone/iPad App
Alison Heath’s Workbench Marketing

Bart – Wood vs metal planes. Opinions on Power planes.
Dyami- Tablesaw adjustment mechanism.

Sweet Deals:
Noden Inlay Razor Kit: Normally priced at $249.00, the Noden Inlay Razor is available for special introductory pricing of $199.00.
Woodcraft – spend $75 or more, get a free knife code 62610
Highland Woodworking – 192900 Earlex HV2900 HVLP Sprayer w/ a free copy of Jeff Jewitt’s Spray Finishing Made Simple Book & DVD $149.99

Tip Clips:
Tom’s Tip – Get a Wedgie!
See more from Tom at TomsWorkbench.com
Kari’s tip – Carpet Tape
Enjoy more of Kari’s work at Villagecarpenter.blogspot.com

5 Responses to “Wood Talk #71”

  1. I suspect Tom is a bit hung over today after playing the WTO drinking game last night, here’s what I recall:

    One drink for any of the following references:
    – dealywhacker
    – the Schwarz
    – Roy Underhill
    – Norm Abram
    – the infamous banana plane
    – wenge
    – “actually”
    – Roberto
    – dewaxed shellac
    – Lee Valley
    – Lie Nielsen
    – Kari’s sultry voice
    – Matt and food in the same sentence

    I’m sure there were more…but it got a bit blurry after the second bottle of Cab.

  2. The only spoiler you need on an El Camino, is to drop the tailgate, and use shorter cables/chains.. just ask my friend with a 9 second daily driven El Camino… We now bring you back to woodworking… lol

  3. Thanks for answering the question (and what a useful answer it was). Just a FYI Marc, it is spelled Dyami.

    I must say I feel guilty for making the correction as you pronounced it correctly during that show, and based on the people I interact with on a daily basis, pronouncing my name is much harder than spelling it.

    Thanks again,

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