Matt and Joe couldn’t make it work this week so Matt flys solo. Matt <br>answers random questions and talks about Slim McGinty.
In this episode Matt & Joe go over what goes into cutting dovetails - <br>Matt’s method, how Joe wasn’t ready with sharp tools to cut his. We also <br>touch on making mistakes and how to recover from them.
We discuss Matt and Joe’s cabinets and where they are in the build process. <br>We go a little further into detail on the Rip n’ Flip method we used for <br>Joe’s panels.
Matt and Joe will be live streaming on Friday May, 24.
Matt and Joe discuss the order of operations (sort of) and best practices <br>for moving along with our tea cabinets and what comes next.<br><br>Some other things we tackle:<br><br> * Listener questions we missed (sorry)<br><br> * A fine review of Matt’s book<br><br> * Stat of the podcast<br><br> * Three ways to know your a bad business person<br><br> * A joke about flies
Matt and Joe finally do the episode about milling. Joe and listeners ask <br>Matt questions about milling lumber.<br><br> * 3 things to know about Sycamore<br><br> * Stat of the podcast<br><br> * A special appearance from Fatty McGoo
We lied. No milling this week. Instead Joe and Matt discuss three of Matt’s <br>pieces. Matt’s design choices, why he chose to make them in the first place <br>and where they are now.<br><br> * Another random stat<br><br> * A bad joke<br><br> * Three more things about Randy Dingle!
This episode Matt & Joe discuss lumber selection and how to prep to go to <br>the yard. Matt explains buying what you need, don’t buy board feet.<br><br>- Dumb things we’ve done getting lumber<br>- Best deal we snagged while buying wood<br>- 3 things about Matt’s friend, Randy Dingle
We continue our conversation about design… this time with Phil Morley.<br><br>Design process, proportions, grain selection plus some things about Phil <br>you might not know.
We are going to design tea cabinets. In order to do so Matt answers Joe's <br>questions about design, where to start when designing, proportions and <br>influences.<br><br>Matt’s three things.<br><br>Worse jokes than last time.<br><br>Send in your lumber selection questions.
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