This week we chat with James Wright from WoodbyWright about all things hand tool woodworking.
Despite having a long background working with power tools, find out why James switched to hand tool shop and the lessons he has learned along the way.
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Traditional woodworking joints can be tricky to say the least. Putting those woodworking joints on easy mode with epoxy is an easy and unique way to tackle and age old dilemma of getting good at cutting traditional woodworking joints.
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I am definitely an amateur as far as traditional woodworking joints go so adding in Epoxy resin took a ton of difficulty out of it and greatly increased the amount of creativity you can have with your next project. Is this the best way or strongest way to cut mortise and tenons?? Of course not but its a creative and unique way we can experiment with creating unique projects. Have a little fun people, don’t be so serious.
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