Snipped from DJM's page:
"We're delighted to announce DIY will begin an expanded schedule of
Woodworks shows in October, including the airing of 26 new episodes,
bringing the total episode count to 91. It looks like the first episode from
season six will air on October 2, then the second episode on October 7 and
then weekly after that with repeats on the weekends. Check the DIY WoodWorks
page for scheduling details"
is it just me is the woodwork guy's projects and tool selection a little odd
I watched one last week where he made a table with floating tenons to attach
the legs to the skirt, he cut some rabbets on his table saw by doing the
two cut method, nothing wrong with that I prefer my stacked dado set, and
then he cleaned it up with his router, as I was watching I was thinking,
why not just use the router to begin with? just my thoughts. the show I
love to watch the most is "the Woodwright's Shop" Roy Underhill is amazing
to watch, don't think I will ever give up my power tools, but I love to
watch him work. also there are none of the editing tricks to make it look
like he never screws up, sorry Norm not even you are perfect".
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