Podcast Episode 107 — Live from JLC Live
New tools, adhesives, and other products at the trade show in Providence, March 23-24.
In this episode, Justin Fink and Rob Yagid are podcasting live from the JLC Live trade show in Providence, RI. Come check out the product and tool manufacturers, the demonstrations, and more at the Rhode Island Convention Center in Providence, RI. Here’s a photo of the guys at the FHB booth:
Justin’s favorite new product is a track saw from Bosch.
Rob talked about a new adhesive, twice as strong as PL Premium, called Loctite PL Max.
Mike Guertin, Myron R. Ferguson, and other friends of the show are at the event, running demonstrations and more.
Also, the guys also chat with Alan Sealock from Huber about the company’s Zip R sheathing.
We’ve got a new design for our Keep Craft Alive shirts, so go check those out at our online store.
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Links related to this episode:
- JLC Live 2018 in Providence.
- Mike Guertin’s Four Steps to Flash a Dormer.
- Loctite PL Max Premium Adhesive.
- All FHB podcast show notes: FineHomebuilding.com/podcast.
- Sales of the NEWLY REDESIGNED #KeepCraftAlive tee-shirts support scholarships for building trades students. So go order some shirts at KeepCraftAlive.org.
- Oh, and the direct link to the online store is here.