Guest 1: Joe Taylor - Director of Sales for Rikon Joe gave us the ins and outs of a few of Rikon's new products
- Blade Speed – Variable from 100 RPM (45 SFPM) to 2,375 RPM (4400 SFPM)
- Continuous Torque – 1.75 HP will never slow down producing a beautiful/smooth cut
- Safer Operation – Fast electronic braking and load spike detection
- Patent Pending – Spring Loaded Tool-less Guide System
- Effortless Cutting – Fifteen suggested speed settings for wood/metal/plastic plus one custom range
Guest 2: Nancy Hiller
From Jim: In terms of their aesthetic value, is there a line for you between fine furniture and cabinetry?
From Jeff: If you could only design, or build, which would it be and why?Free Plan: Architectural Wall Cabinet Arts and crafts maker presents a fresh twist on a period design by Nancy R. Hiller #270–Sep/Oct 2018 Issue The Pro's Corner Professional woodworkers sharing the information, for professional woodworkers new and old
Guest 3: Christian Becksvoort
From Scott: What are your top five records at the moment?
From Josh: What Shaker element do see reproduced poorly in modern versions of the classics?
From Erick: What finish are you using on most of your pieces, polyurethane or oil? And why?A True Oil Finish Nontoxic and easily repaired, this traditional finish is still worth considering by Christian Becksvoort #152–Nov/Dec 2001 Issue The Classic Shaker Style Discover the difference between the masterful and the near-miss by Christian Becksvoort #229–Nov/Dec 2012 Issue
Guest 4: Vic Tesolin
From Kevin: What aspects of woodworking do you see most newer students totally over think?
From Steve: Awhile ago, you posted a video of a tattoo that had leaves representing your favorite woods to work with. For those of us who are crap at identifying tree leaves, what are your favorite woods to build with?4 Planes for Joinery Get perfect dadoes, grooves, rabbets, and tenons in no time By Vic Tesolin #246–Mar/Apr 2015 Issue 7 Questions with Vic Tesolin Simple really, we ask Vic questions, and he answers them
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