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    • FineWoodworking Shop Talk Live Fine Woodworking magazine editors and contributors answer your questions and share woodworking tips and techniques. Click play_circle_filled to listen to an episodecancel

      STL238: Tim Coleman's shop-sawn veneer secrets–revealed! - Shop Talk Live - Fine Woodworking

      This episode is sponsored by: Maverick Abrasives - http://www.maverickabrasives.com Pony/Jorgensen - https://ponyjorgensen.com Titebond - http://www.titebond.com/ Links from this episode can be found here - http://www.shoptalklive.com Sign up for a free two week trial of Fine Woodworking Unlimited: https://bit.ly/36oP5d4 To see the newest issue of Fine Woodworking Magazine: https://bit.ly/2G8c0Pj 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 [email protected] 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.
      1. STL238: Tim Coleman's shop-sawn veneer secrets–revealed!
      2. STL237: Just the facets, ma'am
    • The Woodworking Podcast The Woodworking Podcast is a casual conversation about woodworking with host Nick Ferry & Bob Kloes. Discussion is pretty much anything & everything woodworking related. From woodworking tools & equipment, tips & techniques, joinery & methodology, and shop layout. Click play_circle_filled to listen to an episodecancel

      TWP41: Wood Drying & Doors - The Woodworking Podcast

      In this episode we discuss drying wood, seasonal movement, climate changes and interior doors and hinges   https://youtu.be/g0ZlIvBgaLI   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
      1. TWP41: Wood Drying & Doors
      2. TWP40 – 8 Million Ways To Skin A Cat
    • Splinters with Gary Rogowski Podcast This podcast series is a look at furniture building from a veteran maker, designer, and author. The episodes are practical, philosophic, witty, and irreverent. Gary was a former contributing editor at Fine Woodworking Magazine and founded The Northwest Woodworking Studio, A School for Woodworkers, in Portland, Oregon in 1997. He has no illusions about the value of this work in today’s culture of fast and furious and disposable. Making art, building furniture, is work that is useless and beautiful, and necessary for those who produce it. Creativity feeds the soul as nothing else can. Click play_circle_filled to listen to an episodecancel
      I Am the Lever
      1. Shuck and Jive
      2. The Joy of Gluing
    • Wood Talk A light-hearted look at 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. Click play_circle_filled to listen to an episodecancel

      Marc Likes Little Balls - Wood Talk | Woodworking

      Workbench height, end grain routing, hand planing body language and so much more. And to celebrate 500 episodes of this dumb show, we’re doing to do a celebratory woodworking quiz.
      1. Marc Likes Little Balls
      2. Matt’s Curvy Chest and Cockbead
    • Woodshop Life Podcast Bi-weekly Woodworking Podcast. Click play_circle_filled to listen to an episodecancel

      Episode 69 – Dream Bandsaw?, Three Phase, Tunes in The Shop, & MUCH More! - Woodshop Life Podcast

      Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/woodshoplife   Sean 1) Hey guys, I became a patron supporter a couple months ago and I really love the format of the podcast. I am a beginner woodworker who is in the process of acquiring more tools. I would like to start to resaw my own lumber from rough sawn. I was hoping to get your advice on what is the best bandsaw you all would recommend. If money was no object what would you recommend? Again, my main objective is to resawn Lumber and the number one challenge I’m facing in picking a machine is they are not on display at any of the usual stores, Woodcraft or Rockler. I appreciate your response in advance. Juan from Boston 2) Hey guys! Digging the podcast, keep up the good work. I have a question and curious how you guys would approach fixing tear out on a table top? I’ve got a ambrosia maple top I just glued up. And noticed a nice 1/2” x 1/2” wide chunk that’s  about a 1/16 to 1/8” deep right in the middle of the top. How would you fix it? Also you can’t flip the top, there another mark/divot that’s worse on the bottom side. Would you use a decorative inlay/ bow tie? Or try to hide it? Details: Top is 1.75” thick, I know a little heavy but gets a large chamfer on the underside. Overall it will be 40” wide by 7ft long. And I don’t have access to a wide belt sander. Thanks, Jesse   Huy 1) Hey guys! Great show! I have been having problems with raising and lowering the height of my table saw blade. I have a Grizzly 1023RLW. It is new from Grizzly, and have had it for about 6 months. My question is, what do you guys use as a lubricant for the moving parts? I cleaned everything good, and used grease. Like packing bearings grease. It works great for about a week, and then gets all packed with sawdust. Is there a better way? Thanks for the show, it has been a real help. Keep it up! Marc 2) Good day Sean, Huy and Guy.  Thank you for the podcast.  It is an excellent resource.  I prefer the french pronunciation of Guy, so in my world Huy and Guy rhyme which greatly increases my enjoyment of the podcast.  I recently got a 20" bandsaw for free.  It has a 3 phase motor right now.  Is there a compelling reason to purchase a phase convertor as opposed to a new motor?  They are in the same ballpark in terms of price--the motor being a bit more expensive.   It may be more difficult to find the motor with the proper mounting brackets and etc. but I would guess I can find it.  Is there a performance based reason to select one or the other?  (Huy should great insight on this as a rocket scientist which is a close cousin to an electrical engineer, right?) Thank you for any insight you may have. Darrick   Guy 1) So a bit of non woodworking question for you - I need some new music to listen to in the shop. What’s on your playlists right now? For the record, I don’t listen to music while I’m using anything with a blade or cutter, it’s too distracting. only when I’m sanding and finishing. Just sayin’. Thanks, Mark B 2) My shop is being constructed and I’m about to face the electrical decisions.  One decision I’m stuck on and could use some other input on is about the tools in the middle of the shop. I don’t like cords running across the floor to trip on, so I’m considering putting some outlets in the ceiling and having the cords come down with the dust collection run.  I’ll need 240 and 120 for the center tools.  Does this sound like a good idea?  Should I try to get something in floor instead?  This would add cost, but then think I would need to consider adding dust collection pipe as well to free up my head space.  My ceilings will be vaulted, so that brings another complication.  Just looking for thoughts from seasoned woodworkers. Brian
      1. Episode 69 – Dream Bandsaw?, Three Phase, Tunes in The Shop, & MUCH More!
      2. Episode 68 – Radial Arm Saws?, Laminating Two Pieces, Best Size Bandsaw Blade, & MUCH More!
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