From Al: I am having some trouble laying out the pins and tales on the Wenge in the more traditional way, unlike what Mike shows. Wenge is extremely hard and not at all forgiving and the grain tends to be a problem in scribing the wood. Perhaps this is why he choose to do this with the table saw and router methods as shown on Rough Cut. Where can I get the table saw blade and the router bit to do it like Mike. He always has great ideas that are very valuable.
- The Whiteside router bit Mike mentions can be found here
From Madison: I was wondering how long it took Mike to build the tea box featured in magazine issue 269.
Segment: Ben: Steam bending everything!
From Matt: How would someone go about preparing kumiko strips without a tablesaw or drum sander?
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