1. Nice demonstrations of some of the more involved glue ups I’ve seen on WWMC. I really appreciated your honest portrayal of the slight elevation in stress you still experience after 50+ years of glue-ups. I definitely have to take a deep breath and calm myself in most of my glue-ups. It’s nice to know it’s a natural feeling among woodworkers of all experience levels.

  2. Why use such a fast setting glue? There are slower setting glues that I’m sure would do the job.
    I used liquid hide glue once to glue a handle on a drawer front and decided I’d made a mistake
    and in less than 1/2 hour it tore the wood away from the drawer front in getting it off.

  3. Paul,

    I have really enjoyed watching this trestle table come together. I am wanting to make a coffee table sized version out of walnut. (I have noticed a version of this on your website here.)
    Would it be possible to share the materials and cut list, as well the adaptations necessary?


  4. I was just wondering how you determine if breadboard ends are necessary or not? Is it purely application? For example, you expect a dining table to remain in a climate controlled room of the house with a consistent humidity level? There is a project for a breadboard end cutting board. Again in this instance, breadboard ends were a feature due to application?

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