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Just wish you still did the podcast but I loved it while it lasted.

Love this crew!

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Excellent content each show. These three make me look forward to their podcast each week!

iTunes Ratings

142 Ratings
Average Ratings
124
7
1
1
9

Loved it

By Arf771995 - Sep 24 2017
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Just wish you still did the podcast but I loved it while it lasted.

Love this crew!

By eluon - Mar 16 2017
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Excellent content each show. These three make me look forward to their podcast each week!
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The Woodworking Podcast

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The Woodworking Podcast

Rank #1: TWP1: Underrated Shop Tools

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In the first episode of The Woodworking Podcast we’re talking about underrated shop tools.

Jan 16 2016
46 mins
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Rank #2: TWP14: How Do YOU Build Cabinets?

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Episode notes:

  • Thank you to the following contributors:
  • Breaking News:
    • Nick – just got back from New York and finishing loose ends on projects
    • April – finished the fence, working on a lathe stand now
    • Jay – is back in the shop working on a painting easel
  • Submitted Questions:
    • Brian Glendenning – I need to build some shop cabinets, but have never built plywood cabinets before. I have the tooling for all of: pocket holes, dominos, or rabbets and dadoes. Which technique should I use? Would the answer changes if I was building cabinets for the kitchen rather than my shop?
    • thedanhelfgott – Are you guys involved in any local woodworking clubs or is the YouTube community your “club”?
    • austin – How do you guys make money working in your shops? How do you choose projects that will make money and how do you market and sell your work? I’d love to make money with my hobby but I’m not sure how to go about it. I don’t know about marketing or sales and I don’t know what people want to buy. help!
Aug 19 2016
44 mins
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Rank #3: TWP25: SketchUp, Websites for Woodworkers, Cleaning Blades

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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:
  • Referenced Channels/websites:
  • 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?
Dec 02 2016
49 mins
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Rank #4: TWP28: Bandsaws, Planers, and Getting Kicked Out!

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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:
  • Referenced Channels/websites/videos:
  • 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
Dec 30 2016
53 mins
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Rank #5: TWP2: Woodworking With Other People

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In the second episode of The Woodworking Podcast we’re talking about working with other people in our shops.

Episode notes:

  • Breaking News:
    • April – Working on behind the scenes stuff this week.
    • Nick – Nearing the end of the TV Lift Cabinet Saga.
    • Jay – Recovering from Hurricane Ferry.
  • Episode Topic: Working with other people in your shop.
  • Questions From YouTube:
    • Marty Dufour – I have been struggling to shoot my “first” You Tube video. What was your first video like? Did you do an Intro? Did you write a script? Everyone tells me just be yourself but, It’s hard trying to be yourself while on a video. Sort of breaking the ice.
    • Trevor Vera – will you all do a build off, say like the 2×4 challenge, or what could make with minimum tools. For me being overseas tools are hard to come by, all we have here are a few drills and circular saw.
  • Community News:
Feb 05 2016
36 mins
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Rank #6: TWP3: #YouShould

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In the third episode of The Woodworking Podcast we’re talking about #YouShould.

Episode notes:

  • Breaking News:
    • April – Lost her voice at last week’s Rockler event in Florida. Finally got her dust collector going.
    • Nick – shop projects – gotta get shop in gear – tambor door
    • Jay – Made slight improvement to the workbench leg vise, tool talks, editing last video from the Nick trip, XCarve finally leaves the shop, want to make something with dovetails.
  • Episode Topic: #youshould
  • Questions From YouTube:
    • Jake Curry – Hey guys I love the show. I currently work out of a small garage and am pretty cramped for space. I am going to be in the market for a new table saw and was wondering if I should save space and go with a higher end contractor saw or lose some of my space and go with a middle of the road cabinet saw. Thanks for the input guys.
    • Todd Fiebranz – Love you all and watch all your videos. I am also getting into doing youtube myself. I wanted to get into this because of youtubers like you all. I am not just into woodworking. I like the MotoVlog aspect also. Though cycle season is short in Wisconsin. Well I had noticed after I started following Nick that he is also in Wisconsin. So In your Second Pod Cast you had mentioned that you(Jay) will sometime be coming up to Nicks shop. Will you guys do a Meet and Greet in Wisconsin?
  • Community News:
Feb 19 2016
51 mins
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Rank #7: TWP5: TS Dust Collection and Shop Layout

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In the fifth episode of The Woodworking Podcast we’re talking about table saw dust collection, starting welding, and shop layout.

Episode notes:

  • Breaking News:
    • Nick – Finished his TV lift cabinet and now is planning his next project which is his take on a Harbor Freight organizer. He is also experimenting with different ways to showcase his finished projects.
    • April – Shot an updated shop tour and is recovering from traveling to Europe.
    • Jay – Starting on a dining table and is planning on doing a wedge through mortise and tenon sprung breadboard end.
  • Submitted Questions:
    • Chris H – I have a DC question. I have a Rigid TS3650 contractor’s saw. This has an external belt drive motor hanging off the back. Dust collection is horrible!! I have tried the Dust “Diaper” er i mean Cutter bag thingy but it was worse than using the equipped port. at the blade. My DC consists of a shop-vac and dust deputy. Any suggestions on how to improve DC on this saw?
    • Brian from Minnesota – My question is about welding. I think one of you mentioned doing this for a project for the first time. My wife wants some desks that would have a steel frame and legs, any info you can share about what you used and what you learned would be great! are there welding podcasts?
    • Anthohy Ryan – I am going going to build a table saw Paoson style http://paoson.com/downloads/en/blog/homemade-router-saw-table–n16
      Just wondering what is your preferred size of out feed table? I have plenty of room is bigger better, or should I go something more conservative. I was thinking 2400 x 2400mm (8′ x 8′) and making part of it a work bench or would this be overkill.
      Keep up the great work!!

    • Nick received an email asking about top regarding shop layout.
      • Nick suggests to think about your workflow on projects, maybe going for a U shape set up. Using SketchUp is a good option when thinking about playing with the layout of your shop.
      • April first found a place for her tablesaw, which requires the most infeed and outfeed, then placed everything else around it.
      • Jay also suggest workflow, with the focus on when you bring material into the shop. Where is it going to go and what tools will you be using first to manage it.
Mar 19 2016
40 mins
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Rank #8: TWP26: Dust collection, Shop heat, Cleaning Sawblades

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Episode notes:

  • Thank you to the following Website contributors:
    • Jesse Edmands
  • Thank you to the following Patreon contributors:
    • Robert Pinder
    • Joe Montana
    • 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
    • Don Chesser
    • 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:
  • Referenced Channels/websites:
  • Submitted Questions/comments:
    • Ricky Chisum – Hello, I am currently looking for a dust collection system for my shop. Do you have a preference on a dust collection system? Is the Grizzly 1 HP enough or should I be looking at a 2 HP. Of course I would like to get a cyclone but the price jumps up when you look at those. Thank you for the advice.
    • John Horgan – You talked about cleaning saw blades. The best solution I have found is using a 50/50 mix of laundry detergent and water. Let the blade soak for a few minutes and with a little scrubbing with a soft bristled brush, then rinse and dry and your as good as new.
Dec 09 2016
46 mins
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Rank #9: TWP10: Lathes, Shop AC, and Hardware

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Episode notes:

  • Breaking News:
    • Nick – Walnut box – sped up the video via a time lapse – shop time.
    • April – Utensil holder, unboxed welder, DC for miter saw.
    • Jay – Upgraded bandsaw, stupid easy.
  • Referenced Channels/ Videos:
  • Submitted Questions:
    • Kevin H. My question: Can each of you discuss your table saw, mitre/chop saw and circular saw blades? Do you swap out for ripping and then for cross cuts?
    • Tom Meaney…What is your favorite thing you have learnt from another youtuber that has either just really helped you out of a problem, been a light bulb moment or just something you never knew? Woodworking or other.
    • daddywoofdawg – What is the sizes of screws and bolts that you seem to use the most (keep stocked).I.e You lost all your screws, bolts,So you had to restock,what sizes of screws and bolts would you get when you went to the hardware store? The reason i ask is I always seem to never have enough or have the right sizes,So I wanted to start stocking some different sizes, that will cover most projects.

Magnetic dust shroud for mini lathe mentioned by Jay: http://amzn.to/24V2Kx8

Custom dust shroud material Nick was referring to: https://www.fastcap.com/estore/pc/viewPrd.asp?idproduct=53770&idcategory=28

Jun 16 2016
47 mins
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Rank #10: TWP4: Dust Collection Talk & Smelly Oak

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In the fourth episode of The Woodworking Podcast we’re talking about dust collection systems.

Episode notes:

  • Breaking News:
  • Episode Topic: Dust Collection & Practice, Practice, Practice
    • April worked with oak for the first time and didn’t much care for the scent.
    • The Sapele Jay and Nick used for the top on a cabinet messed with both of our sinuses.
    • We also talk tongue and groove panel doors which brought up a good topic of trying new techniques people haven’t tried before.
    • Practicing techniques and/or various joints again and again make for better results surprisingly.
    • April was having issues with her dust collector clogging from the planer which drove us into the ubiquitous conversation about dust collection systems.  If I had to bet, we will be talking about this again.
    • 26:12 thumbs up for a mutual ahh ha moment
    • Chisel steel quality can vary widely, even within one brand of chisels.  Nick’s Footprint chisels.
    • April took the leap onto Instagram so check out April, Nick and Jay on IG!  This took us into the deep thinking that is the #hashtag.
    • Jay has been on a therapeutic hand kick.  Let’s see where it takes him.
  • Questions From YouTube:
    • Hi guys! I listened to the podcasts today and wanted to share a little gem I stumbled upon. Jay mentioned using cardboard to keep glue off his bench during glue-ups and I think Nick mentioned stud finders at Costco. While at Costco I collect the pieces of cardboard that come between layers of products on the pallets. They let me have it for free, I think because they have to pay to get rid of it (hence them pushing boxes at the checkout). I’ve found two types there, thicker poster board (think cereal box weight) and a thinner brown type slightly heavier than paper grocery bags. Both are also great for templating. Hope you and the folks listening in find this useful. Cheers! Tracy.
    • And Nick kept referring to Tracy as “he”, and probably got that wrong, sorry Tracy!
Mar 04 2016
43 mins
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Rank #11: TWP41: Wood Drying & Doors

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In this episode we discuss drying wood, seasonal movement, climate changes and interior doors and hinges

Thank you to the following Patreon contributors!:

Chris McCoy

Tony Cabero

Byron younce

David Lightman

Phil Edwards

David Moffitt

Chris Capistran

Jason Adamczyk

Bryan Collette

Mike Stange

Walrus

Dixie Trapper

Steve Nelson

Jim Beshears

John Wilson

Black Rainbow

Matt Parker

Aug 01 2018
39 mins
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Rank #12: TWP35: Plywood Storage, Lathes, and a Pizza Peel Featuring Shawn Stone

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In this episode we are joined by Shawn Stone of stoneandsonsworkshop.net filling in for April for this episode. We introduce Shawn for those who don’t already follow him and we discuss plywood storage, lathe options, pizza peels and some other shenanigans. Subscribe to Shawn’s YouTube channel.

Thank you to the following Patreon contributors

  • Michael Gillitzer
  • Jim Jardine
  • Mike Rohlinger
  • Michael Homer
  • Cole Bouchard
  • Alicia Bramlett
  • Ainslee Portlock
  • Pinder Industries
  • Love & Renovations
  • David Lightman
  • Phil Edwards
  • Leatherneck Garage
  • Brodie Brickey
  • Jeff Ferguson
  • John Lamar
  • Scott A McWilliams
  • Terry Mulligan
  • David Moffitt
  • Chris Capistran
  • JM Tosses
  • Jameson Elam
  • Chris Stokesmore
  • Jason Adamczyk
  • Modern Builds
  • Don Chesser
  • ddmMADE
  • Hives Manawatu
  • Walrus
  • Frank Tippin
  • Ron Klaiss
  • Tom Pritchard
  • Caleb Harris
  • Dixie Trapper
  • Andrew P Tucker
  • Michael Couch
  • Steve Nelson
  • Justin Shields
  • Jim Beshears
  • Martin Wegner
  • Clement Brizard
  • John Wilson
  • Steve Mills
  • Darren Pruitt
  • Matt Parker
  • Robert O. Davis
  • Kyle Veatch
  • Frederick McIntyre
  • Page Bonifaci
  • Terry Burns-Dyson
  • Christopher Copes
  • Saint Nicster

Instagram Links:

Referenced Channels/websites/videos/stuff:

Mar 24 2017
1 hour 3 mins
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Rank #13: TWP13: #TeamSpindleSander

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Episode notes:

  • Thank you to the following contributors:
    • Ty Moser
    • Brian Wildman
  • Breaking News:
    • Nick – Swept his shop.
    • April – Fence project is underway!
    • Jay – ……..so tired of traveling.
  • Referenced Channels, Videos, or Websites:
    • Take a photo of your shop, as is, and use the hashtag #twpshop
  • Submitted Questions:
    • alternajimmy: What is the one skill that you have developed as a woodworker that has been the most useful/rewarding?
    • jeffandmaryjones: I was cutting maple for the first time. Getting burning from a sharp blade. Feed rate too fast? Too slow? What is best way to clean it up?
    • frh_makes: I recently lapped a hand plane using the Paul Sellers method. I am now seeing rust develop on the plane. What can I do to prevent the rust issue without causing finishing issues. I live in NC and have no other rust issues on my cast iron tables of my power tools.
    • jay.woodbits: What do each of you do to prevent rust in general on your tools that are exposed to high humidity or moisture
    • lumsden21: Does doing this as a job as opposed to a hobby take some of the fun out of it? Any projects you want to go back and redo? Tools you wish you had?
    • phodel12: What were the first tools you had when you started woodworking
    • motzemog: Oscillating spindle sander or belt/disc combo sander? Most versatile.
    • bonpacific: For each of you: When designing a new piece, what is your process?
    • korytj: For someone who wants to start woodworking and creating. What two machines would your recommend to buy? Not necessarily brands, just the equipment. I.E. Table saw, planer, scroll saw, midersaw.
    • ryantcollier: What are the top three general finishes #youShould have at the ready in your shop?
    • Paul: What grit of sand paper do you keep on hand in the shop? When needing to sand, What grit do you typically grab?
Aug 05 2016
50 mins
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Rank #14: TWP40 – 8 Million Ways To Skin A Cat

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In this episode we discuss having multiple ways to do many things in woodworking and always trying to see a woodworking project from various points of view and using different tools to perform different tasks.  Also, Nick hit a water line installing a desk.

References:

Leldon’s Channel

Old Woodworking Machine Forum

Vintage Machinery

Thank you to the following Patreon contributors!:

Chris McCoy

Tony Cabero

Byron younce

David Lightman

Phil Edwards

David Moffitt

Chris Capistran

Jason Adamczyk

Bryan Collette

Mike Stange

Walrus

Dixie Trapper

Steve Nelson

Jim Beshears

John Wilson

Steve Mills

Black Rainbow

Matt Parker

Kyle Veatch

Apr 05 2018
47 mins
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Rank #15: TWP16: Shop Projects and Answering More Questions From Last Week

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Episode notes:

  • Thank you to the following contributors:
    • Christopher Mann
  • Instagram
  • Breaking News:
    • Nick – Water heater – desk
    • April – Finished lathe stand, designing outdoor shower and folding outfeed table
    • Jay – Finished a new clamp rack. Like most other shop improvmeents, I should have done it sooner. Preparing for WIA and Michigan trip
  • Submitted Questions:
    • Greg – I am on the fence as to whether or not to buy a band saw. It seems like most of the stuff that you can do with one can be done with table saw, circular saw, or jigsaw. What are the pluses and minuses to a band saw?
    • Keith Crawford – what type of Epoxy do you guys use/prefer? Either to adhere things, or to fill cracks.
    • Ainslee from Australia – How do you deal with neighbors and noise? Do you worry you are annoying people?
    • eifelpfeil – Have there been projects, let’s say in the last year, you wanted to do, but did not dare to? Greetings from Germany.
    • patrickjerome – With family life and shift work life I get limited shop time so tend to rush projects. Does this happen to you? And what do you do to stop rushing?
    • sirguido1 – Favorite non woodworking hobby?
    • thedanhelfgott – How much of your woodworking skills are classroom/mentor taught vs. self taught vs YouTube taught? @jaybates86 (But I also want to know whether you’ll go with cheapo pine or $$$ cherry for the arm-war…)
    • Graham Howe – I was recently inspired by Jay’s idea for a computer armoire. I designed my own version in Sketchup and then started to work out the price for a solid cherry and cherry ply build. It came out at about $1500 in materials, the reality is that to buy a piece like this would probably be over $5000, but I am struggling with the cost. Why is it that as woodworkers we seem to find it far easier to spend lots of money on tools (when cheaper options are definitely available) and yet balk at spending money on decent quality materials?
Sep 02 2016
45 mins
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