In this episode, building a double dresser, Norm used the following tools:
Items in bold represent the first appearance of that particular tool.
Norm seemed to describe in a little more depth a technique he has used frequently to center a groove in frame stock.
In the background behind the right Biesemeyer T-Square miter saw extension, can be seen what appears to be a Forrest dado set case. I don’t recall ever hearing the Forrest name in connection with TNYW.
Norm used a plain board (actually, probably Baltic birch) clamped to the Unifence as a sacrificial fence.
The safety speech included closeup video of a ripping operation on the contractors saw with a push stick.
Field trip was to a private collector's residence, St. Helena, California.
Thanks to my friend Adam Stone who clued me in on the Forrest Dado Set.
This episode was processed based on the full length original posted on The New Yankee Workshop website. Duration 24′ 34″
Last updated: 12 September 2011