Woodworking Tips- Finishes, Dovetails & Rasps

Woodworking Tips- Finishes, Dovetails & Rasps
Chad Stanton gives you an update of how his new shop is developing and answers questions on ultra smooth poly finish, flattening boards, and dovetails. See Chad’s first dovetail cut by and and why it is SO bad. Learn about what’s available from Kencraft, the best place to by wood and what videos will be coming next.
Chad asks “Question(s) of the week?”-
What should i buy form Woodcraft to test and review?
Which video series do you like best? (Mon, Weds or Fri show)

About Kencraft- https://www.kencraftcompany.com/

Dovetail series-

Shinto rasp-
.99 https://www.woodcraft.com/products/shinto-planer-saw-rasp-10
.99 https://www.woodcraft.com/products/9-shinto-saw-rasp

Todd Productions- video, business cards, web design and more

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Woodworking Tips- Finishes, Dovetails & Rasps

3 thoughts on “Woodworking Tips- Finishes, Dovetails & Rasps”

  1. I've never cut dove tails, I don't have a rasp of any kind. The hand planes I bought from a barn sale need a whole lot of love, so I've never used those either. I got an offer from some one to refurbish them, but I never sent them. Im beginning to wander if I should even call myself a wood worker. LOL Great show Chad.

  2. Great show, so great tips today ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป
    I like all three shows
    Itโ€™s great to see what others are doing, that we would not see if it was not for you
    Just as todayโ€™s show introduces so tips and perhaps a tool others would never see or know what it does just by looking at it. As well getting to hear what youโ€™re up to, too.
    Getting to learn something new on Friday is fun too. I find it interesting, seeing how someone as yourself that does Woodworking for a living approaches projects.
    Keep up the fantastic job youโ€™re doing ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป

    ??? Is anything we can do, to get the poly to dry faster???

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