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A podcast about making stuff by hand. Woodworking, metalworking, leather, electronics, and more.

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A podcast about making stuff by hand. Woodworking, metalworking, leather, electronics, and more.

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iTunes Ratings

113 Ratings
Average Ratings
94
10
3
4
2

Do not cancel this podcast

By Hopeful contestant. - Jun 14 2019
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Please do NOT cancel this podcast

Love it

By Skootertrash48 - Mar 07 2019
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Love the show but can Patreon funds go to getting will a new internet connection?
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Creators Collective

Latest release on Aug 01, 2019

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Rank #1: #38: Special Guests Evan & Katelyn, The Couple That Makes Together!

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We’re on Patreon!

Patreon is a platform that allows you, the listener, to provide monthly support for the show in exchange for rewards! Our Patreon page has tons of support levels for $2 to $40, and our rewards include a weekly After Show, monthly hangouts, and more. Our top patron this week is Make Build Modify, and we'd like to welcome our new patrons: Matt Williams and Darren Mattes!

What are we working on?

Johnny: Published DIY floating shelves, working on collab with Seth’s Bike Hacks

James: The bench. And a new wall in the shop

Evan and Katelyn: walnut quick connects, refillable tea light candle holder, collab with Sean Hogan, Garage AC + 3d printed back draft prevention damper

Show Topic: Special Guests Evan & Katelyn

Nelsoncrafttx: If you had to choose 1 YouTuber that you would say got you interested in creating videos, who would it be?

bryceroebe: which tool or technique are you afraid to try, and why?

prewittcustomcreations: what materials have you not worked with yet that you are wanting to?

WillWorkForTools: do you have any best practices or advice to balancing a new startup YouTube channel while working full-time.

The Cutting Bore: doing it part time for me has been a hell of a hustle outside of my full time job. How are you guys managing it day to day?

WillWorkForTools: you seem somewhat unique in the YouTube maker space where you're making videos but also selling some of your projects. Would you mind discussing the strategy

What’s new/what are we watching/reading?

Johnny: Heath Knuckles

James: Vo2 Max Productions Ultra RunningWimbelton

Evan and Katelyn: Gravity Falls, Sean HoganKatie Ryan "I smell like beef"

Favorite tool/product this week?

Johnny: Sennheiser AVX

James: Narex 500 gram Brass Carving Mallet

Evan and Katelyn: Taz6 and Lulzbot mini 3D printer, Rode videomicro

Nov 09 2017

1hr 3mins

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Rank #2: #39: Pricing Your Work, Soundproofing Your Shop & Keeping It Clean

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What are we working on?

Zack: Hanging out with Jimmy, Vlog, Industrial Desk

Johnny: Published Scrap Wood Wall Art, working on chairs, Adirondack, tap handles

James: Bench, Tool box with Melody, Shop Space, New Website

Show Topic: Answering More Listener Questions 

Robin Lewis : Hey guys! I'm busy building a new shop from the ground up and sound proofing is high on my agenda. Do you have any experience or advice on how to keep the noise inside the shop? I'm planning on doing a concrete block (bessa block) wall, and solid filling it with concrete. I've read that mass is key. Thoughts?

Make Build Modify : I was wondering how much you guys have charged for some of the furniture you've built. I've made and sold a few pieces recently and my local economy is a little weak.  I need a ballpark estimate for marketing outside my local area.

Boone Langston : I'm really terrible at keeping my space clean. The energy of creating often generates a product I'm really excited about and a mess I'm really... not excited about. I usually end up passing the burden onto my future self who ends up cleaning to make space for a new project. Of course, the easy answer is "just do it" so this is really more of a psychological question. Any tips or tricks to keep up with the clutter without it feeling like a huge chore before each new project? 

Question for Zack. Any suggestions on finishing in 90% or greater humidity

After Show:

Fred_mcintyre: Question for the show: After a table saw, what three large tools would each of you get next if you were setting up a new shop?

What’s new/what are we watching/reading?

Johnny: Third Coast Craftsman

James: Andrew Milacci "Light box with family"

Zack: Brett Mcafee

Favorite tool/product this week?

Zack: Preppin’ Weapon

Johnny: rOtring 500 0.5mm Mechanical Pencil

James: SUIZAN Japanese Pull Saw Hand Saw 9-1/2 Ryoba

Nov 09 2017

1hr 8mins

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Rank #3: #29: Identifying Wood Species, Which Welder To Start With & YouTube For Business

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We’re on Patreon!

Check out our Patreon page here, we have tons of support levels, a weekly After Show, monthly hangouts, and more! Our top patron this week is Make Build Modify, and we'd like to welcome our new patrons: Boone Langston and Nathan Serviss. Thanks for your support!

What are we working on?

Zack: Key Fobs, Chairs, T-shirts, Shoptruck.

Johnny: Posting Roubo Part 1. Working on Oak dining chairs and bathroom vanities

James: A bench in the woods, and Hand carving a sign.

Show Topic: Identifying Wood Species, Which Welder To Start With & YouTube For Business

Lincoln Electric Power MIG 210MP

Hey Johnny, I recently picked up a pile of unwanted wood. Do y'all have a easy way to help identify the wood type. Thought this would be an interesting segment for the show. It's very heavy and doesn't have that oak smell when cutting. My first guess was some type of maple.

On a scale of 1-10 (1 being new to the big box store and 10 being 50 years of mastery) how would you rank yourself?

Matt A

Good afternoon,

I just read the step by step process for your reclaimed prison wood sliding doors. Absolutely fantastic, I love the reclaimed wood on a mideival frame, really want to do something like this myself. I have a fair background when it comes to wood working, but my experience with welding is slim to None! Do you have any recommendations with equipment or where I should start? I'd like to do my own frame and handle, not sure I could get away with my own nails though... so badass by the way.

I intend to watch all of the videos you posted this evening when I have some free time, but if you have any advice for a novice of the extreme I'd greatly appreciate it!

Thank you for your time and have an excellent evening.

Andrew Shafer

Hey man --

You and Johnny have sort of inspired/worn me down on the idea of building my own metal furniture components. Be it legs, or wholesale frames. I'm curious to get your input on buying a beginner priced machine (140a) vs. The Lincoln 210MP. I see a lot of benefit to going with the 210MP (particularly in the dummy proof set-up), but at double the premium, it's a hard pill to swallow if a 140amp machine will get me through most projects.

I don't do this full-time, but my commisions are fairly steady. The most immediate example is I had some logs milled up this fall. I will likely end up making some simple slab style tables with them, so some square or trapezoidal legs are probably in order.

I don't remember you talking about your machine on the podcast except saying that you bought it a year early because the 210MP came out the following year at near the same price point. If you've gone into more details and I've forgotten, I apologize. I know Johnny is firmly in the 210MP/buy once,cry once camp...I'm just curious to get your take on how much value the cpu set-up and higher amperage adds for light duty furniture fab.

I've been researching over the past month and am sort of blown away by the constant backtracking on where a 140amp machine is limited. There's a lot of great welding tutorial info out there. And a lot of great info as it relates to things like pipe fitting and auto work. But far less info when it comes to furniture fabrication.

Anyway, I appreciate all that you do/inspiration. I love your work and thoroughly enjoy the podcast!

"I’ve always been around metal fabrication but never got into it myself. If I were to start welding what would you suggest wire feed or tig? Why?"

@Evergladeswoodworks on Instagram

"I'm kind of trying to build a portfolio to start a business when I'm done with my military service, and my question is:

Has YouTube helped you in your business (of making and selling things) and would you encourage producing content for that reason?

Thx, Love your work!"

- Jed Hutt

After Show:

"If you had to choose just one platform (besides YT) to focus on to support your YouTube channel, what would it be?"

- Boone Langston

What’s new/what are we watching/reading?

Johnny: Rogue Engineer on YouTube

James: NO Bad Wood Fine woodworking Masters of the craft

Zack: Kevin Caron

Favorite tool/product this week?

Zack: Dewalt Metal Chop Saw

Johnny: Whiteside Ultimate Router Bit

James: A cheap set of chisels from Harbor Freight

Want more episodes of the Crafted Podcast? Check out our Show Archives here.

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Nov 09 2017

1hr 3mins

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Rank #4: #28: Imagining Our Dream Shops

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We’re on Patreon!

Check out our Patreon page here, we have tons of support levels, a weekly After Show, monthly hangouts, and more! Our top patron this week is Make Build Modify, and we'd like to welcome our new patrons: Andrew Hunt, Stian Johannessen, Logan Merkey, Robin Lewis, Chris Mayer, Keith Johnson, and Eric Sipe. Thanks for your support!

What are we working on?

Zack: Chairs, Plasma table, forged key fob,

Johnny: Kerfing End Tables

James: Not the dresser! LED Lighting for the new shop space. 8 benches. Wals devoted to Carving, planes and saws. Finishing room.

Show Topic: Imagining Our Dream Shops

dream woodworking shop

Johnny: Space for each medium set up and ready to go. Teaching. An editor. One of everything Veritas and Lie Nielsen.

Zack: Multiple lights, multiple cameras, sharpies & tape measures everywhere, spacious, metal side, wood side, storage, paint booth,

James: Focused lighting, 6 benches and a tool wall for each type.

Q & A:

Jon Harmon: "what was your best and worst moment in the shop."

Logan Merkey: "James, Favorite wood to carve?"

After Show:

Peter Warrender: "What tool do you guys have that you don’t need... but really like?"

Jacob Hladik: "I'm thinking about adding a router insert to my table saw to save space. Would you guys put it on the left or right side of the blade? I see advantages to both."

What’s new/what are we watching/reading?

Johnny: Pinegrove on Audiotree

James: Adjustable Chandelier

Zack: Design: The Definitive Visual History. Music - The Bones of J.R. Jones

Favorite tool/product this week?

Zack: Tomahawk 375 Plasma cutter

Johnny: Bessey EKT55 One-Handed Edge Clamp

James: American Green Lights LED

Random Notes:

Scroll Saw Scribbler (see his incredible work below)

Want more episodes of the Crafted Podcast? Check out our Show Archives here.

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Nov 09 2017

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Rank #5: #75 Special Guest Matt Cremona

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In episode #75 We talk about Matt's love of crotch and his plans for the band saw, we also ask several questions about family/woodworking time management and different methods of sawing a board!

Help us grow on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/craftedpodcast

Top Patreons of the week Make Build Modify, Master of None, and Deby Brooke!!

What’s new/ what are we working on?

Zack:Belt Grinder… Knife, hammer...Truck

Will: Teaching how to turn, table build,reorganizing shop,finishing basement, Joshua Farnsworth of Wood and Shop, FAWG

James: GLUE TEST!!!! MWTCAM

Matt: Finishing up the waterfall table Guild Project

Q&A:

Ryan Collier: Since you and Matt both have kids, how do you manage the competing priorities of woodworking (shop time) and family time (house time)?

ake Brooklyn: Question for Matt? 1. Coolest thing you've sliced up on that giant bandsaw? 2. Scariest moment while using or building the aforementioned giant bandsaw?

Jim Dockrell: When milling, does he make the pith on the same plane as the blade travel?

Theduck: ??? What would you say is the easiest/safest way to make a small bandsaw mill ¿¿¿

What’s new/what are we watching/reading?

Will: 368 - Casey Neistat it’s different.

James: Carl Jacobson: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SP4sQj6l24c&index=7&list=LLbMtJOly6TpO5MQQnNwkCHg

Zack: The story of art - https://amzn.to/2qx4CRJ

Matt:  the Slow mo guys. https://www.youtube.com/user/theslowmoguys

Favorite tool/product this week?

Zack:

Will: dividers

James: Miter shear http://www.leevalley.com/us/wood/page.aspx?p=32922&cat=1,42884

Matt: horizontal Band saw

Hosts

James Wright: Wood By Wright https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbMtJOly6TpO5MQQnNwkCHg

Zack Herberholz: ZH Fabrication https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDdZMJDDpyvI9WJyY7IZP7w

William Walker: Wm. Walker Co. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCievvwx_-UU-rP28103rUCw

Matt Cremona: Matt Cremona

https://www.youtube.com/user/mcremona


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Intro and outro recorded and produced by Jason Wright http://jason.theyouthman.com/

Apr 20 2018

51mins

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Rank #6: #33: Planning Your Woodworking Projects vs. Winging It

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We’re on Patreon!

Check out our Patreon page here, we have tons of support levels, a weekly After Show, monthly hangouts, and more! Our top patron this week is Make Build Modify, and we'd like to welcome our new patrons: there are none this week! Thanks for your support!

What are we working on?

Zack: ...chairs...

Johnny: Farmhouse dining table and benches, Make Magazine video

James: Making lumber with my bear hands. And the new Work bench.

Show Topic: Planning Your Woodworking Projects vs. Winging It

Zack: Plan/sketchup all of the concrete information

Johnny: Plan everything ahead of time in SketchUp, going into the shop with cutlist in hand.

James: Start with the one piece everything is built off of and go from there.

What’s new/what are we watching/reading?

Johnny: Evan and Katelyn

James: Ishitani Furniture chairs

Zack: Puddles Pity Party

Favorite tool/product this week?

Zack: Wiss W10T Shears

Johnny: Date stamp

James: Splitting wedge

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“What Type of Maker Are You?” by Peter Brown

Nov 09 2017

52mins

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Rank #7: #31: Talking Metal Fabrication with Special Guest Kevin Caron

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We’re on Patreon!

Check out our Patreon page here, we have tons of support levels, a weekly After Show, monthly hangouts, and more! Our top patron this week is Make Build Modify, and we'd like to welcome our new patrons: Boone Langston and Nathan Serviss. Thanks for your support!

What are we working on?

Kevin: Plasma CNC!

Zack: Brainstorming designs for a trestle table.. Getting ready to finally finish the chairs and start the industrial desk. truck.

Johnny: Finishing Roubo bench, Powermatic pieces, dining chairs

James: A saw Bench. And going to Hand Works

Show Topic: Talking Metal Fabrication with Special Guest Kevin Caron

What is your background, how did you get started in metalwork?

What would you recommend people getting started welding start with?

Kevin, looking at your website I see the Red Moon Slice end table. How big is your 3d printer to be able to print it.

Brice McPherson - Kevin, i'd like to know your thought process on your site-specific sculptures. Do you go in with a plan or let the context speak to you? What initial steps do you take in your design process?

Chris Gallegos - Hey guys! Question for Kevin-How often do "mistakes" or unintentional things become a part of the art sculptures or change the design? Or is it always to plan?

Joke of the week

Bob had a lot of work ahead of him so decided to hire a part time helper.

" Your first job will be to sweep up the sawdust." he said handing him a broom.

" Look I'm PRACTICALLY a university graduate," the young man protested.

" Oh, I understand..." Bob replied "Here, I'll show you how." xD

What’s new/what are we watching/reading?

Johnny: Heath Knuckles : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HGmgalpGi3w , Brian Oltrogge : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bGB3Gh6XXL0

James: Matt Cremona https://www.youtube.com/user/mcremona

Zack: Pontiak--new album

Favorite tool/product this week?

Zack: Brent Bailey modified new style hammer & H&S Powershot 4550

Johnny: Hollow Chisel Mortiser

James: Broom burnisher

Want more episodes of the Crafted Podcast? Check out our Show Archives here.

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Nov 09 2017

1hr 10mins

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Rank #8: #41: Staying Organized & Productive In Our Woodworking

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We’re on Patreon!

We've added a $250 goal to add a weekly weekend show. We've got tons of support levels, including a weekly After Show, monthly hangouts, and more. Our top patron this week is Make Build Modify!

Support Us On Patreon

What are we working on?

Zack: Desk is out, Finished Design Book, Industrial Farmhouse table...Cincinnati

Johnny: Finished the chairs! Plywood sofa next week.

James: Running. Planing stops. Playing with BLO

Show Topic: Staying Organized & Productive In Our Woodworking

Metal & Grain: Besides posting on Tuesdays and podcast, what other items or set schedules do you follow?

Metal & Grain: Also, what is the preferred software for getting organized?

Tom's Dreamshop Worx: do you track your shop hours for billing or time analysis

Frank McCanow: how long do you keep the raw footage you shoot for a video?

Johnny: Apple Notes, Dropbox, trying Trello

James: Google Keep

Q&A:

Dusty2theMax: Gents, Looking at buying 1 or 2 hand plans - which planes would you recommend? not so much brand but No. etc.

After Party:

Theduck: Is it to late to ask what cameras y'all started your YouTube videos with, and to what y'all use now?

Joke of the week

From Richard Clarke:

"I watched a documentary about how they fix steelwork together last night.

It was riveting!"

What’s new/what are we watching/reading?

Johnny: Mogul Podcast

James: Minimalist Maker (video below)

Zack: Furniture Society, Money pit, MFM

Favorite tool/product this week?

Zack: Dewalt Plate Joiner

Johnny: Fuji Q3 HVLP

James: Ball jars

Nov 09 2017

1hr 2mins

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Rank #9: #96 Epoxy River Handles

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In episode #96 We discus Epoxy in Woodworking, reversing glue in projects, scariest moments in the shop, Where to find Inspiration, and what mediums do we to learn or work in.

Help us grow on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/CreatorsCollective

Huge thank you to All of our Patreons! Especially Darren Mattes, Caleb Harris of YouCanMakeThisToo and John from John Made It

You can listen to us on iTunes, Google Play, SoundCloud and many other places

You can join us live Thursdays at 10 AM eastern on the Creators Collective Podcast https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_0AZEDUA-UWfoSxLil7gBg

What’s new/ what are we working on?

Zack: New video,engraving/chasing

James: Finished the turning saw: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xhpsCpsOQeM

Compared freehand to guide cut dovetails: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RfE6O16OXzM&t=1s

Q&A:

Gizanked: ​so I'm trying to remove drawer bottoms on an old drawer. I'm assuming this is hide glue based on the crackled pattern. can I break this glue joint with just a heat gun or should I wet it too?

Sean Sturgis: Scariest shop moment?

Theduck: Where do you find inspiration now, after everything you have already done

JW Craftsman: What’s a medium or combination of mediums that you would like to work with that you haven’t yet because of lack of tools, accessibility etc.

Creators Photo Challenge

Due next time: Free Style (best Photo you can make)

Joke of the week

Carbonite Gamorrean: ​What do you call a sleeping bulldog ¿¿¿ Bulldozer

What’s new/what are we watching/reading?

James: R. Humphrey: Celtic bowl. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Omd0N4krVh4&list=LLbMtJOly6TpO5MQQnNwkCHg&index=3

Zack: Jeff Mutz

Favorite tool/product this week?

Zack: Best Value Vacs - https://www.bestvaluevacs.com/best-value-vacs-2-gallon-aluminum-vacuum-chamber-and-ve225-4cfm-2-stage-vacuum-pump-kit.html

James: Oil Can: https://amzn.to/2MTXt7a

Hosts

James Wright: Wood By Wright https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbMtJOly6TpO5MQQnNwkCHg

Zack Herberholz: ZH Fabrication https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDdZMJDDpyvI9WJyY7IZP7w

William Walker: Wm. Walker Co. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCievvwx_-UU-rP28103rUCw


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Intro and outro recorded and produced by Jason Wright http://withamic.com/

Sep 20 2018

34mins

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Rank #10: #50: Does Design, Content or Usability Come First?

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We’re on Patreon!

We've added a $250 goal for weekend show. There are tons of support levels, a weekly After Show, monthly hangouts, and more. Top patrons this week are Make Build Modify, Master of None, and Deby Brooke!

Support The Show!

What’s new/ what are we working on?

Zack: Shelf, Leatherworking, Bushmills, Fabtech

Johnny: Modern Dining Table, Assembly Table Design

James: KITCHEN!!!! 

Show Topic: Does Design, Content or Usability Come First?

Metal & Grain :

Do you think about design, content or usability first?

Make Brooklyn :

How does being a content creator affect your timeline in completing projects? I know for me, filming makes it take easily three times longer than it otherwise would.

Keith Johnson WW:

When you guys put together a YouTube vid, do you record everything and then do a marathon editing session? Or do you work in chunks and edit as you finish each phase of the project?

Yonatan2:

What do you do when you find yourself awake at 5AM, unable to sleep, being blasted with tons of great project ideas? Only me?

Hammer and Neil:

If you could make any step of the process done in an instant what step would it be?

Joke of the week

From Yonatan2 : 

What's a really cheap DIYing consumable you can buy on Amazon?
Primer.

What’s new/what are we watching/reading?

Johnny: Jer’s Woodshop (video below)

James: Mortise and Tenon

Zack: Make Supply

Favorite tool/product this week?

Zack: Lanskey Sharpening system

Johnny: Whiteside Chamfering Bit

James: Dead on Annihilator Wrecking Bar

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Nov 10 2017

1hr 2mins

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Rank #11: #52: Johnny's Last Show!

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We’re on Patreon!

Added $250 goal for weekend show. Tons of support levels, weekly After Show, monthly hangouts. Make Build Modify and Deby Brooke!! 

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What’s new/ what are we working on?

Zack: Fabtech Build (GET FABTECH TICKETS HERE), Leatherwork.

Johnny: New Kid! Last podcast.

James: Counter top, tool rack, a video a week

Show Topic: Working with Butternut, Plane Tills, Mini Series, and More

Mark Maunula:

I recently was able to get a couple hundred board feet of butternut. Looking at the tree identification, I see that it is a very soft wood. What type of projects would it be good for and what type of projects should I probably avoid? Thanks!

Tracy Keaton:

I have a 1780s Chinese Calligraphy Scholar Cabinet that truly is in great need of some type of hydration! I am so afraid to touch it because it is so very thin. Could someone recommend something?

Evan Dunville :

I'm going to build a plane till really soon, any suggestions on the angle to use?

Metal & Grain:

Have you explored making mini series for your channels? if so, which ones?

Joke of the week

From Jeff Gruff:

What did the tree do when the bank closed?
It started it's own branch.

What’s new/what are we watching/reading?

Johnny: Chris Harris On Cars (see below)

James: Mortise and Tenon Magazine

Zack: How to Draw: drawing and sketching objects and environments from your imagination

Favorite tool/product this week?

Zack: Olfa 45mm Rotary Cutter

Johnny: Rockler Universal Drawer Slide Jig

James: eggbeater drill.

Nov 10 2017

53mins

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Rank #12: #40: Learning How To Screw Up & Fix It

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We’re on Patreon!

We've added a $250 goal that, if we hit, we'll add a weekend show! We've got tons of support levels, a weekly After Show, monthly hangouts, and more. Our top patron this week is Make Build Modify!! New Patrons this week include Steve House, Made by Laurent, Keith Decent, and the man, the legend, Marc Spagnuolo!

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What are we working on?

Zack: Birthday, Desk, Table--materials,

Johnny: Working on chairs, finished tap handles, new car

James: shop space, Bench, Logo carving

Show Topic: Learning How To Screw Up & Fix It

Johnny: Biggest screw ups. Almost cut table top on wrong side of track saw. Spray painted stripe on jack stand tables. Didn’t cut Domino mortises before gluing up organ cabinet. Wood filler is your friend. Always buy extra material. Cut Roubo stretcher too short.

James: New bench top, Back dresser stretcher

After Show:

Ravenspat: question for everyone, I just got this really cool groove plane 😃 (thank you James and your great contest) and need a good beginning project to use it on, any suggestions

Joke of the week

Submitted by Matt Solah

Q: What did the 80 grit sandpaper say to the 400 grit? 
A: You're so fine :) 

What’s new/what are we watching/reading?

Johnny: Wabi Sab-E, Bernie Solo (videos below)

James: Black Bear Forge S hook blacksmithing

Zack: Civilization 6, Twin Peaks

Favorite tool/product this week?

Zack: Brass threaded inserts

Johnny: 3m WorkTunes

James: Bad Axe Hand saw !!!!!!!!!! http://www.badaxetoolworks.com/

Nov 09 2017

1hr 5mins

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Rank #13: #49: Answering More Listener Questions

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We’re on Patreon!

We've added a $250 goal for a weekend show! There are tons of support levels, with rewards including a weekly After Show, monthly hangouts, and more. Our top patrons this week are Make Build Modify, Master of None, and Deby Brooke! New Patrons: David Prevost.

Support The Show

What’s new/ what are we working on?

Zack: Industrial Shelf, Mini-cleaver with IDK

Johnny: Modern Dining Table, Make or Break Podcast with Brandon Cullum

James: Plane Till, Spring Pole lathe, Kitchen remodel.

Q&A:

Keith Johnson Custom Woodworking :

What's your approach for gluing up long miters? Similar to what you would have on a waterfall table.

Theduck :

I want to make a French cleat wall, only I need it to hang from the rafter in the basement (or what ever them long peace’s of wood are called)

Sean Foushee :

If you needed to glue up table tops but didn't have a domino, would you go with biscuits, dowels, or just use cauls? 5-6 table tops minimum

Doc Darkness :

If you could choose one material to work with, what would it be and why?

TheFantasic MrFox :

With Christmas coming up, what kind of gifts are you guys going to make?

Patrick's WorkShop :

Question for full time content creators how do you guys manage your time with building, editing, social media, and family and friends

After Show:

Doc Darkness :

What you guys think about using hot glue to hold a piece when gluing panels during assembly? Think I saw Jimmy DiResta doing it once and thought cool idea!

Theduck :

Other then being makers in the shop, what other thing do y’all like to do...like bake bread...cookies...take pictures to put in the frames y’all make???

What’s new/what are we watching/reading?

Johnny: Learn Quick w/ Mike Boyd

James: Giaco Whatever

Zack: Creativity inc, Zen aomm, Al Stohlman leatherworking stuff

Favorite tool/product this week?

Zack: Dewalt Portaband

Johnny: Parallel Bar Clamps

James: Stanley 55

SHOW NOTES

From Matt Whitlow:

Hey guys just want you to know that Alone in the Wilderness is available legally online at the internet archive.

https://archive.org/details/AloneInTheWilderness

Nov 10 2017

55mins

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Rank #14: #76 Early Glue Results and so Much More

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In episode #76 We talk about Getting shirts, The early results from the glue Test, Shop questions, and pick this weeks winner of the #CreatorsPhotoChallenge

Help us grow on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/craftedpodcast

Top Patreons of the week Make Build Modify, Master of None, and Deby Brooke!!

What’s new/ what are we working on?

Zack:Truck, Shirts, The truck into paint

Will: Jointer Video, Basement, Walnut Dining Table,Vacation.Collaboration, new shoes

James: Glue test!!!! Card scraper questions

Q&A:

Theduck: ??? What is something you find going to get, that is not a tool that you use all the time?

Theduc: ??? Is there anything you would like to change about how you got to where you are now...as a creator on or off of YouTube?

Creators Photo Challenge

Zack:

SeanRubino, https://www.instagram.com/p/BhwgdmgAka_/?tagged=creatorsphotochallenge

Prescriptiontusks, https://www.instagram.com/p/Bhw7t80gOU8/?tagged=creatorsphotochallenge

shoutout:  Thewoodenweekends https://www.instagram.com/p/BhutT67AyUN/?tagged=creatorsphotochallenge

Will: Barefootfinn https://www.instagram.com/p/BhvSCcHh_nG/?tagged=creatorsphotochallenge

Thewoodenweekends: https://www.instagram.com/p/BhutT67AyUN/?tagged=creatorsphotochallenge

James: justinlimoges Close up of a saw tooth https://www.instagram.com/p/Bhy0WoWA4Vi/?tagged=creatorsphotochallenge

Thewoodenweekends Circular saw https://www.instagram.com/p/BhutT67AyUN/?tagged=creatorsphotochallenge

Joke of the week

What’s new/what are we watching/reading?

Will: Nick Offerman captioning New Yorker Cartoons https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uf9xpkfJtho

James: Created by Cay Shop made clamp https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kFmfm5nrGPY&list=LLbMtJOly6TpO5MQQnNwkCHg&index=2

Zack:

Favorite tool/product this week?

Zack: Proto 90 degree die grinder http://amzn.to/2vYgQq9

Will: Makita Circular Saw - https://amzn.to/2HfZsAs

James: Cheap Super glue: https://amzn.to/2vtQ4rJ

Hosts

James Wright: Wood By Wright https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbMtJOly6TpO5MQQnNwkCHg

Zack Herberholz: ZH Fabrication https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDdZMJDDpyvI9WJyY7IZP7w

William Walker: Wm. Walker Co. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCievvwx_-UU-rP28103rUCw

SHOW NOTES

Intro and outro recorded and produced by Jason Wright http://jason.theyouthman.com/

Apr 26 2018

49mins

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Rank #15: #32: Let's Talk Woodworking & Welding Shop Safety

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We’re on Patreon!

Check out our Patreon page here, we have tons of support levels, a weekly After Show, monthly hangouts, and more! Our top patron this week is Make Build Modify, and we'd like to welcome our new patrons: Christopher Pickslay. Thanks for your support!

What are we working on?

Zack: Cam from instagram, shirt from Breclaimed, New dog, chairs, industrial desk, table design, Overgripping

Johnny: Arts and Crafts Dining Chairs, put out Rustic Bathroom Vanity video

James: Saw bench and work bench and buying old tools

Show Topic: Shop Safety

Zack: Table saw, Router, slivers, blacksmithing…,loose PPE/welding,thumb swinging hammer

Johnny: Dust collection, eye protection, respirator, put tools away, reduce clutter, SawStop.

James: SLOW DOWN. have respect for tools you know and fear the ones you don’t.

Q&A / After Show:

Tom Ferone: "I have a small Bernzomatic torch. Uses map and O2. Have not used yet. Nervous about lighting right and shutting it off with out the flame backing into the handle. Any tips Zach?"

Joke of the week

Scott Curtis: "How do lumberjacks get fired? They get the ax!"

What’s new/what are we watching/reading?

Johnny: Kyle Toth 100,000, Trustin Timber, Oklahoma

James: Wood and Shop

Zack: dog

Favorite tool/product this week?

Zack: 9-½ block plane

Johnny: Roubo Workbench!

James: Saw vice

SHOW NOTES

Jay Bates Push Stick : https://jayscustomcreations.com/2014/03/the-best-push-stick-ever-invented/

Want more episodes of the Crafted Podcast? Check out our Show Archives here.

Shop SafetyWeldingWoodworking

Nov 09 2017

1hr 1min

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Rank #16: #63 Sharpening, Bending, and Figure

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In episode #63  we talk about Sharpening methods, water vs window cleaner on diamonds, bending metal back into place, Doing a meet up and more.

Help us grow on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/craftedpodcast

Top Ptreons of the week Make Build Modify, Master of None, and Deby Brooke!!

What’s new/ what are we working on?

Zack: Roses, forged lanyards, Sculpture

Will: maple burl slab,grizzly challenge,live edge vanity

James: Traveling to fredricksburg, New dining room table, new Saw vise

Q&A:

Sean Foushe: I am curious as to your thoughts about O1, A2, or PM-V11 for a hybrid shop.

Yonatan2: Question: Windex is better than water for diamond sharpening plates because it evaporates faster than water so plates don't rust, right? Do you know of any alternatives for Windex?

Yonatan2; Question: How would you bend back a bent jigsaw shoe/base after dropping it on the ground? I wish I didn't have to ask this!

Joke of the week

Joel Fägerholt

What would be the best phone number a woodworker could have? tree tree tree, pine pine pine pine

Jeff Gruf: What did the beaver say to the tree? A: It's been nice gnawing you!

What’s new/what are we watching/reading?

Will: Planet Earth 2

James: The Hand tool school https://www.handtoolschool.net/

Zack: Walden - Henry David Thoreau - http://amzn.to/2FcX0cy

Favorite tool/product this week?

Zack: 3M Full Face Respirator - http://amzn.to/2Bs43fl

Will: Grizzly jointer http://www.grizzly.com/products/8-Jointer-with-Spiral-Cutterhead/G0656X

James: Minivan!

Must watch! - Mini Van Highway - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2SAFC4_KbW0

Hosts

James Wright: Wood By Wright https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbMtJOly6TpO5MQQnNwkCHg

Zack Herberholz: ZH Fabrication https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDdZMJDDpyvI9WJyY7IZP7w

William Walker: Wm. Walker Co. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCievvwx_-UU-rP28103rUCw

SHOW NOTES

Intro and outtro recorded and produced by Jason Wright http://jason.theyouthman.com/

Jan 25 2018

49mins

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Rank #17: #46: Digital Fabrication & How It's Changing The Workshop

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We’re on Patreon!

We've added a $250 goal for weekend show. Tons of support levels, a weekly After Show, monthly hangouts, and more! Our top patrons this week are Make Build Modify, Master of None, and Deby Brooke!

Support Us!

What’s new/ what are we working on?

Zack: Hanging in Chattanooga 

Johnny: Concrete end table. Published Welding table video.

James: French Cleats, running, and more running

Show Topic: Digital Fabrication & How It's Changing The Workshop

Q&A:

From Ryan Wall:

My question is about 3D modeling/CAD programs. Some people use Sketchup and others use Fusion 360. Both are free (fusion is free if you don't make oodles of money) but each are slightly different. I know you all tend to lean towards Sketchup while other makers, especially those with CNC machines, lean towards fusion. What're the pros/cons of each? 

Joke of the week

Q: How do trees get on the internet?

A; They log in!

What’s new/what are we watching/reading?

Johnny: Lignum, Wooden Lounger Chair

James: Tool restorations Pale Dog Tool Co.

Zack: Philip Jackson sculptures, http://www.simonstalenhag.se/

Favorite tool/product this week?

Zack: Pen light

Johnny: Welding Table

James: Countersink bit for the brace!

CNCDigital FabricationWoodworking

Nov 10 2017

57mins

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Rank #18: #61 Turning, Sharpening with diamonds, and types of strops

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In episode #61 We have a special guest Shannon Rogers of the HAnd Tool School. We talk about methods of turning, getting a mirror edge on a diamond plate, and different types of strops and stropping compounds.

Help us grow on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/craftedpodcast

Top Ptreons of the week Make Build Modify, Master of None, and Deby Brooke!!

What’s new/ what are we working on?

Zack: Taxes, Steel vase for steel roses. truck

Will: Bathroom Vanities, live edge marking gauge (https://youtu.be/yRld7c23_ik)

James: side table plans and finish https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uTFB6QwE7o0&list=PLAbayqjimalGAnUtvnwv50DJJBCADJeTL

Shannon: conditioning shop sawn veneer and fret sawing

Turning methods and type

Merion edge on a diamond stone.

Types of strops and compounds

Joke of the week

I bought a dog from a blacksmith this morning...

...within 10 minutes of getting him home he made a bolt for the door.

What’s new/what are we watching/reading?

Will: Travel Feels (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbvIIQc5Jo9-jIXnkPe03oA)

James: PBS Space time https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jW55cViXu6s

Shannon: Ready player one http://amzn.to/2FsZuV0

Zack: Stephen King - Night Shift http://amzn.to/2CQfNcX

Favorite tool/product this week?

Zack: ISOtunes Noise Isolating Bluetooth http://amzn.to/2CQqYCA

Shannon: Knew concepts Fret saw http://amzn.to/2FsZ80C

Will: Hock plane irons (http://amzn.to/2CWB8F5)

James: Veritas backsaws https://www.highlandwoodworking.com/veritas-crosscut-carcass-saw.aspx?A=1367&B=28

Hosts

James Wright: Wood By Wright https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbMtJOly6TpO5MQQnNwkCHg

Zack Herberholz: ZH Fabrication https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDdZMJDDpyvI9WJyY7IZP7w

William Walker: Wm. Walker Co. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCievvwx_-UU-rP28103rUCw

SHOW NOTES

Intro and outtro recorded and produced by Jason Wright http://jason.theyouthman.com/

Jan 12 2018

1hr 1min

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Rank #19: #48: Who Inspires Us As Makers?

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We’re on Patreon!

We've recently added $250 goal for weekend show. We've got tons of support levels, a weekly After Show, monthly hangouts, and more. Top patrons this week are Make Build Modify, Master of None, and Deby Brooke!!

Support The Show!

What’s new/ what are we working on?

Zack: Industrial Shelf, Fabtech, Bushmills Chandelier, TV thing? ,Mail--Blacksmithing--openers, fobs, Leather, Shop-truck

Johnny: Dining table, put out slab table video

James: Saw Till, French Cleats, Spring Pole Lathe, I was on the Modern Woodworkers Association Podcast (Episode 148Episode 149)

Show Topic: Who Inspires Us As Makers? 

Zack: Richard Proenneke - Alone in the Wilderness, Jimmy Diresta, Marcus Aurelius

Johnny: Bob Clagett, Making It Podcast, Marc Spagnuolo, Grant Batson

James: No one source or couple. I find that I am inspired by new locations all the time. Estate sales and auctions, museums, running through the woods.

Q&A:

Dad Rambles Workshop:

Thinking about welding, is a stick a good starter or should I skip straight to MIG? Workshoever welded before

Mike Higgins:

Johnny, did you ever put a finish on your Roubo bench?

Make Brooklyn:

What's a skill or technique that's outside of your comfort zone that some other maker (or other source) has inspired you to learn?

Joke of the week

From Joel:

What program do woodworkers use for cooking? Ketchup.

From Bryan:

Why can’t you build a chicken coop with 4 doors? It would be a chicken sedan.

What’s new/what are we watching/reading?

Johnny: KingPost TimberWorks

James: Heath Knuckles epoxy Lamp!

Zack: Greg Huston

Favorite tool/product this week?

Zack: KISS drill bit system

Johnny: Respirator

James: Ripping hand saw

Crafted PodcastWoodworking

Nov 10 2017

48mins

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Rank #20: #97 How To Do Hand Welded Dovetails

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In episode #97 Comment trolls, Shop Organization, Music inspiration, how to Identify wood And the worst joke of the week yet!

Help us grow on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/CreatorsCollective

Huge thank you to All of our Patreons! Especially Darren Mattes, Caleb Harris of YouCanMakeThisToo and John from John Made It

New Patreons:

You can listen to us on iTunes, Google Play, SoundCloud and many other places

You can join us live Thursdays at 10 AM eastern on the Creators Collective Podcast https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_0AZEDUA-UWfoSxLil7gBg

What’s new/ what are we working on?

Zack: Hammers, Videos

Will: Built-ins, Online Store, trying to gauge this finicky storm, 3D printer video https://youtu.be/YyyL_dh8BF8

James: Running my head off, stabilizing wood, testing Dovetail guides.

Q&A:

JW Craftsman: How many times did you rearrange and reorganize your shop before you were actually happy with the layout? After working in the shop for a few months I always think of

Yonatan24: How do you get musical creativity vs DIY creativity? Do music ideas pop into your head? Thinking of a song isn't like turning steel into a knife, clever project ideas come from a NEED for a solution. & how do you know you aren't ripping anyone off, ie copying a tune/sing you heard on the radio 2 weeks before...?

John Made it: I'm terrible at identifying wood types. how did you guys learn to identify them? is there any good guides to identify different spices of wood?

Creators Photo Challenge

Due next time: Free Style (best Photo you can make)

Joke of the week

Stephen Ellis​: What do you call a jazz fan that uses hand tools? A Sole Man

What’s new/what are we watching/reading?

Will: How to cut thin strips WOOD magazine https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NZ5Gr7A-xow&t=474s

James: CHop With Chris: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ftch0WaaQiE&list=LLbMtJOly6TpO5MQQnNwkCHg&index=35

Zack: Uri Tuchman - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u2mWvozSdvE

Favorite tool/product this week?

Zack: Shinto Wood rasp - https://amzn.to/2xaQf8X

Will: ½” Pipe Clamps - https://amzn.to/2p607NC

James: Veritas Custom hand plane: http://www.leevalley.com/US/Wood/CustomPlane.aspx

Hosts

James Wright: Wood By Wright https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbMtJOly6TpO5MQQnNwkCHg

Zack Herberholz: ZH Fabrication https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDdZMJDDpyvI9WJyY7IZP7w

William Walker: Wm. Walker Co. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCievvwx_-UU-rP28103rUCw


SHOW NOTES

Intro and outro recorded and produced by Jason Wright http://withamic.com/

Sep 13 2018

51mins

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