On today’s show we’re talking about: storing lumber, radial arm saws, and adjustable shelf options.
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What’s On the Bench
- Marc is made some mortising mistakes on the bunk beds
- Shannon assembled his new Chevalet
- Matt is finishing up the sideboard
- William and Matt don’t want us to change and appreciate that we engage with our audience and answer questions.
- Nate thinks Matt and Shannon are jerks but Marc is loveable
- Matt is going to try to wear more safety gear with lacquer from now on
- Wayne thinks a small shop layout is more about organization that where the tools are placed.
- Kyle called in to talk about….???
- Anthony used a pruning “tar in a can” to seal planter boxes
Lumber Industry Update
Jacob calls out Shannon for being “ignorant AF” about macroeconomics and Shannon responds with is own economics lesson about why the continued use of tropical hardwoods is the best way to protect those forests.
- Tony wants our feedback on radial arm saws
- Kevin wonders if he should sticker his dried lumber that won’t be used for a while
- Geoffrey asks about his options for adjustable shelves beyond shelf pins