A woodworking show for modern woodworkers and makers. Join Marc Spagnuolo, Shannon Rogers, and Matt Cremona for a light-hearted look at the latest news, tips, and tricks from the world of woodworking.
A woodworking show for modern woodworkers and makers. Join Marc Spagnuolo, Shannon Rogers, and Matt Cremona for a light-hearted look at the latest news, tips, and tricks from the world of woodworking.
The Woodworking Podcast
Rank #1: TWP25: SketchUp, Websites for Woodworkers, Cleaning Blades.
Episode notes: Thank you to the following Website contributors: Lewi Uberg Thank you to the following Patreon contributors: Joe Montana Darrell John Scott A McWilliams Terry Mulligan David Moffitt Chris Capistran JM Tosses Jameson Elam Cole Bouchard Chris Stokesmore Jason Adamczyk Modern Builds Don Chesser George Thomas Jim Beshears Martin Wegner Clement Brizard John Wilson Steve Mills Darren Pruitt Kyle Veatch Frederick McIntyre Page Bonifaci Terry Burns-Dyson Christopher Michael Copes Saint Nicster Instagram Links: Jay Nick April Referenced Channels/websites: Free version SketchUp 8: https://jayscustomcreations.com/sketchup/ Tyler Moore on YouTube for starting a WordPress Website: https://youtu.be/sd0grLQ4voU Submitted Questions/comments: “Rob Fahler – (Last name pronounced: FAY-ler) I’ve been starting to work with SketchUp to learn to model stuff I’m building. 2×4 garage shelves and room layout. Have you moved to the point of purchasing the pay version of that tool (or another similar tool) and if so, at what time did you make that move?” Ted – What source do you find best for designing your website. I am currently the GoDaddy built in package. Lewi Uberg – Hi! Here in Norway we don’t have these cleaning solutions (or good blades) you have to clean your saw blades. Do you know if there is any ordinary cleaning solution that I can use for this purpose? Like dishwasher tablets or something (I don’t have a clue:) ) Chris – My question is it seems like much of your time is spent on the road either at shows or meeting and working with other builders, or building projects for your own homes or shops. So how is it you’re able to make money doing this line of work?
Rank #2: TWP28: Bandsaws, Planers, and Getting Kicked Out!.
Episode notes: Thank you to the following Patreon contributors Robert Pinder Joe Montana David Lightman Joshua Luther Phil Edwards Leatherneck Garage Brodie Brickey Matt Parker ddmMADE Woodshop 101 Jeff Ferguson John Lamar Darrell John Scott A McWilliams Terry Mulligan David Moffitt Chris Capistran JM Tosses Jameson Elam Cole Bouchard Chris Stokesmore Jason Adamczyk Modern Builds Charlie McKeefry Don Chesser Hives Manawatu Justin Shields George Thomas Jim Beshears Martin Wegner Clement Brizard John Wilson Steve Mills Darren Pruitt Kyle Veatch Frederick McIntyre Page Bonifaci Terry Burns-Dyson Christopher Michael Copes Saint Nicster Instagram Links: Jay Nick April Referenced Channels/websites/videos: Patricks Workshop’s bandsaw scoops – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_HPvcLBSEfY Jay’s scoops – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=06PJQFXAT24 Nick’s scoops – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SdWVUqsbK04 Nick’s bandsaw and planer links: https://nickferry.com/my-tools-equipment Jay’s bandsaw article link: https://jayscustomcreations.com/2016/03/tool-talk-12-grizzly-bandsaw/ Jay’s planer article link: https://jayscustomcreations.com/2016/02/tool-talk-10-my-dw735-planer/ Submitted Questions/comments: Kevin hart – I am in the market to get a planer. It will be my first planer that I’ve ever owned. I would like for you to discuss the differences between the Dewalt planer that Jay has the Dewalt planer that’s one below what Jay has and the triton planer that April has. Is this the hold out and get the big one purchase or is this something that can grow with your shop. I don’t plan to run any major length boards or thicknesses through the planer. If you read reviews about all these planers they all are great and they’ all suck .it’s hard to get a good Idea based on reviews. ron rizzo – Big fan of the podcast. I’m looking at possibly getting the same Laguna bandsaw Nick got recently and I’ve been hoping for a video on it, or a bit more of an in depth discussion on the podcast about it. Jays bandsaw dust collection pics: Nick’s Dresser Drawer Front
Fine Woodworking magazine editors and contributors answer your questions and share woodworking tips and techniques.
Rank #1: STL197: Clean Miters That Are Actually Strong.
Question 1: From Elijah: I’m planning on building a floating media cabinet out of 5/4 cherry. The basic idea of the cabinet is an open box that looks like you can look through to the wall. However, it will actually have a false back made of 1/4” MDF painted the same color as the wall to hide all of the wires. For this project I like the clean look of miter joints, but I am worried that it will not be strong enough. The cabinet will be about 48 inches wide, 10 inches tall, and 14 inches deep. Do I need to reinforce the miters somehow or will glueing in the false back strengthening it sufficiently? Strong and Handsome: Half-Blind Mitered Dovetails How to Cut Half-Blind Mitered Dovetails 3-D Shelves Enliven Any Room Add Muscle To Your Miters Question 2: From Reg: I’m trying to make bird’s eye maple legs that have face grain on all four sides. Unlike (for eg.) white oak laminated legs, the side grain on bird’s eye is obtrusively different and a lamination would be obvious if done in the white oak manner of laminating only on two sides. So I think I need four-sided laminations, which seems to mean mitered laminations. What is the best way to go about this? I am assuming some core 4-square stock is the starting point. These are going to be Krenov-type legs, so thinly laminating finished leg seems out of the question. Segment: All-Time Favorite Tool Mike: Holdfast Get a grip on your work Ben: CNC used as a pin router The Pin Router Anissa: Her marking gauges Shopmade Cutting Gauge Tool Test: Marking Gauges Question 3: From Dave: What machinery can be bought vintage and what should be bought new(er_)? It seems as though this kind of discussion is all but exhausted when it comes to hand tools but I don't hear as much about the bigger purchases in the shop. For instance, not much has changed for drill presses, so an old and stout model seems like a chance to save some money. Meanwhile, it's clear that table saws have improved dramatically with regards to safety and dust collection, so if a SawStop is attainable, I should budget accordingly. But what are your thoughts about bandsaws, jointers, planers, lathes, and the like? Are some types of shop equipment less vulnerable to the risks of buying used? Used tools are this woodworker’s best friend Question 4: From Frank: I am making several MDF plinths for an upcoming exhibit. They are 16" square. I mitered the edges so the only visible end gain is at the top. I’m looking for painting suggestions. Some videos say to use Zinsser BIN, and others say to just use regular drywall type primer, then lightly sand before applying primary color. Do you have any suggestions that would steer me in the proper direction? MDF edge, end grain prep, Edgetech Every two weeks, a team of Fine Woodworking staffers answers questions from readers on Shop Talk Live, Fine Woodworking‘s biweekly podcast. Send your woodworking questions to firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration in the regular broadcast! Our continued existence relies upon listener support. So if you enjoy the show, be sure to leave us a five-star rating and maybe even a nice comment on our iTunes page.
Rank #2: STL199: In Defense of Tail Vises.
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The Woodshop 101 Podcast is geared towards the weekend woodworker providing tips, tricks, and laughs. The show is hosted by Jeremy Crawford, Drew Short, and Sam Wooddell. Collectively the three personalities work well together bringing different perspectives, levels of experience combined with funny stories to audiences each week. Every week they spotlight a different guest host, make product recommendations, talk about current projects, and answer audience questions. The show is informative and funny….give it a listen.
Rank #1: WS133 : Back to Basics.
Welcome to Woodshop 101 this is episode #133 for August 13, 2018. On today’s show we are going back to the basics. I am Jeremy Crawford of the Countryside Workshop and I am joined today by my co-hosts Sam Wooddell of Sam Ryan Designs, Drew Short of Rock-n H Woodshop, & our guest hosts J from Demaderatx on Instagram.
Rank #2: Woodshop 101 #003 : Your Average Joes.
We are joined by special guest Nick Ferry. Drew, Nick, and I discuss how we balance our time between family, work, and online education. We also dip into how to get started in making videos and blog posts.
A podcast about making stuff by hand. Woodworking, metalworking, leather, electronics, and more.
Rank #1: #110 Bokah and knives.
In episode #110 Zack Made A knife, Will made a MASIVE bartop,James made a stupid joint, Why Do we do what we do on youtube, the Creators Photo challenge, and much more!Help us grow on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/CreatorsCollectiveHuge thank you to All of our Patrons! Especially Darren Mattes, Caleb Harris of YouCanMakeThisTooNew Patreons:You can listen to us on iTunes, Google Play, SoundCloud and many other placesYou can join us live Thursdays at 10 AM eastern on the Creators Collective Podcast https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_0AZEDUA-UWfoSxLil7gBgWhat’s new/ what are we working on?Zack: Instagram auctions, couple hammers, tooling, post viseWill: Knife case, big table top, the BIKE!James: Making a cove and pin Dovetail joint https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lWG3CwAkOkcCoin maze : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fgMQs2WFq2oQ&A:Make Brooklyn: Perhaps a silly question but ....... why do you do what you do on the youtubes? Apart from the millions in adsense dollars obviously.Jeff Gruff: What is the most satisfying thing you've made? Practicality doesn't matter.Tomy Hovington:What do you guys plan for 2019. And : Make Brooklyn: Piling onto Tomy's question .... what new things do you plan to learn in the coming year? How do you plan to step out of your comfort zone? Also Hi Tomy!Creators Photo ChallengeDue next time: Motion?This week Bokeh:Zack:Gruffsworkshop, nails: https://www.instagram.com/p/BsB5Jw3A9vH/Mcallisterhome - Ball Gouge https://www.instagram.com/p/BsBwNZBApHo/Will: McAllister home - ball gouge :https://www.instagram.com/p/BsBwNZBApHo/Zack’s blacksmith roseJames: hatchmadeit: Bud in the frost https://www.instagram.com/p/Br1f0YGgNGQ/Mcallisterhome: Ball gouge https://www.instagram.com/p/BsBwNZBApHo/Joke of the weekJeff Gruff: A new study found that humans eat more bananas than monkeys. I can't remember the last time I ate a monkey.What’s new/what are we watching/reading?Will: Samurai carpenter - wood movement myth - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vI_sRHGSQ34James: Tomy Hovington: Live Youtube counter!: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hVTlDy7mWYQ&index=5&list=LLbMtJOly6TpO5MQQnNwkCHgHistory of Graphic Design - Zack: https://amzn.to/2sfGqV8Favorite tool/product this week?Zack: U-line catalogWill: Permatex - https://amzn.to/2M4Zi27James: tungsten Weights: https://amzn.to/2RHjXytHostsJames Wright: Wood By Wright https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbMtJOly6TpO5MQQnNwkCHgZack Herberholz: ZH Fabrication https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDdZMJDDpyvI9WJyY7IZP7wWilliam Walker: Wm. Walker Co. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCievvwx_-UU-rP28103rUCwSHOW NOTESIntro and outro recorded and produced by Jason Wright http://withamic.com/
Rank #2: #116 What Videos We hate!.
In episode #116 we talk about what finishes we like to use, do oils go rancid, what do we hate in DIY videos, a poorly told joke, and much more.Help us grow on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/CreatorsCollectiveHuge thank you to All of our Patrons! Especially Darren Mattes, Caleb Harris of YouCanMakeThisToo and Judith Grass.You can listen to us on iTunes, Google Play, SoundCloud and many other placesYou can join us live Thursdays at 10 AM eastern on the Creators Collective Podcast https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_0AZEDUA-UWfoSxLil7gBgWhat’s new/ what are we working on?Zack:Will: Baby! Sponsors! Everything is expensive, media console,two new videos - https://youtu.be/PXmoQusqAUg https://youtu.be/aZ6WuNCGrKo baby bears repeatingJames: Failing at a spill plane: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hRg0j4TCeKcTusked Tenon: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-WAKsL5A348Q&A: Scott Griffith: Wipe on poly is my go to for finishing items that will come into contact with kids. Do have any others recommendations for a finish that will not feel so plastic-y?Yonatan24: I'm just curious What is something you wish people would STOP doing in DIY videos? (Ex: I can't stand videos where it takes people FOREVER to get to the point. Anything else?)Creators Photo ChallengeDue next time: Golden Ratio (look up the golden spiral or fibonacci spiral)Joke of the weekThis morning, Siri said, “Don’t call me Shirley.”I accidentally left my phone in Airplane mode!What’s new/what are we watching/reading?Will: Shaun Boyd - Shop desk with a horizon line - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aUzII5Z6rKMJames: Wintergatan: Marble Machine X https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pzyhiDvn0fUZack: handcrafted_by_auns handcrafted_by_aunsFavorite tool/product this week?Zack: combination squareWill: Carter and Son’s ⅝” bowl gouge - https://amzn.to/2VHx5BYJames: Youtube Premium: https://www.youtube.com/premiumHostsJames Wright: Wood By Wright https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbMtJOly6TpO5MQQnNwkCHgZack Herberholz: ZH Fabrication https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDdZMJDDpyvI9WJyY7IZP7wWilliam Walker: Wm. Walker Co. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCievvwx_-UU-rP28103rUCwSHOW NOTESIntro and outro recorded and produced by Jason Wright http://withamic.com/
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Rank #1: TDL: Ep. 058 Pricing Your Market.
In this episode we talk about pricing your local market.
Rank #2: TDL 061: Getting Started In Content Creation.
In this episode Sean and Brian discuss how to get started in content creation whether it be on YouTube, a blog or audio content. Enjoy.
The Modern Woodworkers Association is a place for the online woodworking community to reinforce our online connections and create personal ones in local gatherings in many regions across the country.It is a place for woodworkers of all skill levels from professional to hobbyist to be able to share knowledge and learn form one another. The name Modern Woodworkers Association does not come from the fact that we are powertool users or for that matter handtool users but instead that we have all found a new tool, the online community and the power of information.
Rank #1: MWA Podcast Episode 45 - Tom Fidgen.
In this episode we talk to Tom Fidgen of The Unplugged Workshop. For show notes and more on the Modern Woodworkers Association visit http://modernwoodworkersassociation.com
Rank #2: MWA Podcast Episode 58 - The Drunken Woodworker.
Join us as we talk with David Picciuto. For show notes visit http://modernwoodworkersassociation.com
The Against the Grain Podcast, A woodworking podcast discussing the task at hand
Rank #1: Episode #30 Sit in with Paul Jasper .
Freddy's away so we have a guest this week to fill his spot, the mad Scientist "Paul Jasper". Some of you may know Paul from his Instagram account @Copper_pig_fine_woodworking. Paul is actually good friends with Freddy and has helped us with the show behind the scenes. This week we sit down and talk to Paul about his background and the interesting work he builds now in his spare time. We cover the topic of balancing Design vs. Execution in woodworking.
Rank #2: Episode # 2 Tools, What tools.
In this episode we talk about doing it all over again.Tools a beginners may want to start with, and the tools we would like if we started from scratch again.
Making It is a weekly audio podcast hosted by Jimmy Diresta, Bob Clagett and David Picciuto. Three different makers with different backgrounds talking about creativity, design and making things with your bare hands.
Rank #1: Episode 092: Good Clean Fun with Nick Offerman.
This week Jimmy Diresta, Bob Clagett and David Picciuto talk to Nick Offerman!
Rank #2: Episode 056: #freetools.
This week Jimmy Diresta, Bob Clagett and David Picciuto talk about #freetools.
Three guys from different walks of life discuss what they have in common: Apassion for making with reclaimed materials. Hosted by white-collar Phil,blue-collar Bill and, uhh, no-collar Tim.
Rank #1: 162 $trapped.
Strapped for cash in the holiday season? Here are a few ways you can try to make a quick buck - with reclaimed ethos, of course.
Rank #2: 161 - It takes two.
I feel confident in saying that this is the best Reclaimed Audio ever recorded and played. Phil, Bill, and Tom agree.
This show is about being a maker and everything it means to be one.MakerCast seeks out makers of things and celebrates their uniqueness, skill set, and drive. Their stories, the themes that drive them, and the real answers to your questions are found here. Whether in a makerspace or garage or barn, making is the heart of us.
Rank #1: Steve Ramsey - Woodworking for Mere Mortals.
Steve Ramsey believes that woodworking is for everyone. Since 2008, Steve has been creating YouTube videos on his channel, Woodworking For Mere Mortals, where he makes videos that demonstrate how easy and fun woodworking can be. His easygoing presentation and emphasis on simple projects put beginners at ease. Join us as we talk to Steve about: His early experiences in Making How he developed his presentation style What led him to YouTube in the first place Why he leaves his mistakes in the video Visit the show notes for this episode Tweet at Jon or Steve Checkout Jon or Steve on Instagram WWMM FaceBook page MakerCast FaceBook page Buy a MakerCast shirt Support the show on Patreon
Rank #2: Jimmy DiResta Educates, Entertains, and Inspires.
Jimmy DiResta is an artist, designer, and master builder. Jimmy's goal is to educate, entertain and inspire. You can watch him make things, and become inspired to make your own things on his tremendously popular YouTube channel. Jimmy's videos help you learn a lot about the tools, materials, and processes with a hefty dose of fun mixed in. Before YouTube, if you were one of us that learned about making things by watching television, you may have been able to catch Jimmy on the Discovery Channel, DIY Network or HGTV.This episode dives into his youth and schooling, early jobs, and many of his REAL experiences in the world of making. www.podcastformakers.com/jimmy-diresta www.jimmydiresta.com www.podcastformakers.com/patreon
The Maker Minded Podcast for anyone interested in woodworking, woodturning, making, metal, leather, and building! We interview people from all walks of life while they make a living enjoying what they do!
Rank #1: The Green Woodworker Podcast: Episode 050 Jimmy DiResta.
This week on The Green Woodworker Podcast I have the pleasure of sharing my 50th episode with Jimmy Diresta. Jimmy is an incredible asset to the maker community and is loved by many including myself. Please head over to TGWPodcast.com and check out my blog post about this episode. Leave a comment and be entered in a giveaway for some cool stuff from Jimmy. Thanks for listening!
Rank #2: TGWP Episode 100: April Wilkerson.
Here it is... episode 100. On this episode, I have the pleasure of chatting with YouTubes number one female builder, April Wilkerson. Check out the companion Blog Post here for all the links and info on this episode! Thanks for all the support! Donny
Talking Business In The Shop
Rank #1: MFP 118: It’s Harder than It Looks with Chris Shoenberg of Third Coast Craftsman.
Today we’re talking with one of the hottest up and comers in the woodworking YouTube community. Chris from Third Coast Craftsman is easily one of the most talented woodworkers in our community. Where he emphasizes the use of traditional tools and joinery, with a new age and modern twist. He recently went full time as a content creator and talks about his journey and the difficulties he’s been through to get to his amazing subscriber count of 323k + Subscribers on YouTube alone! LINKS (May contain Affiliate Links) Chris’ YouTube Chris’ Instagram Chris’ Website GROW YOUR BUSINESS Join the MFP Patron Tribe: http://www.patreon.com/madeforprofit Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/madeforprofittribe/ Guide to Pricing Handmade Goods: https://madeforprofit.com/pricingguide The post MFP 118: It’s Harder than It Looks with Chris Shoenberg of Third Coast Craftsman appeared first on MADE FOR PROFIT.
Rank #2: MFP 055: Living Generously with Anne Briggs from Anne of All Trades.
Welcome to episode 55, today we’re talking with one of our good friends, Anne Briggs. You might know her better as Anne of All Trades on Instagram and YouTube where she’s been active in the online woodworking community since 2012. Anne talks with us about knowing yourself, homesteading, why free help is rarely good help, […] The post MFP 055: Living Generously with Anne Briggs from Anne of All Trades appeared first on MADE FOR PROFIT.
The Modern Maker Podcast is a weekly podcast about making things by hand. From wood, to concrete, to leather, our hosts Ben Uyeda, Chris Salomone, and Mike Montgomery chat about what it's like to be a "Maker" in it's current state.
Rank #1: EP. 159 | Mike Effed Up.
Support the show by supporting our sponsorsGo to http://www.HoneyBook.com/MODERNMAKER for 50% off of your first year!3M Clash of the Grinders - Enter At 3M.com/PodClashOn today's episode we recap what's happened over the past two weeks... turns out it was a lot! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rank #2: Ep. 160 | Giving it 10%.
No real direction to this conversation. It kind of jumps all over the place. We did get on a kick about working with agencies. I think Agents might take 10%...maybe...who knows. Hence the title Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
An online source of information for the connected woodworker.
Rank #1: Podcast #9: Cabinetmaking 101.
There are two basic methods for making a cabinet. Face-frame construction creates a more traditional look. What’s often called “European-style” (or frameless) construction offers a sleeker and more contemporary look. In this seminar, Doug Hicks and Joel Hess compare and contrast these two styles of construction. They also address the different types of materials and hardware used.
Rank #2: Podcast #38: Tips for Working with Plywood.
Ready for a kitchen remodel complete with all-new cabinets? Finally building that entertainment center? Or are you just wondering how to cut a sheet of plywood down to size on your table saw? Then this seminar is for you. There is no doubt that working with plywood can be a challenge. According to Dave Stone, a full sheet of 3/4″ hardwood plywood can weigh anywhere from 60 to 100 pounds. And the last thing you want to do is drop it on a corner or have excessive chip out when you cut a piece down to size. Check out the Woodsmith Podcast Store, or get the Seminar Guide here: Tips for Working with Plywood