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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

      STL227: Tom McLaughlin is serious about square - Shop Talk Live - Fine Woodworking

      Links from this episode can be found here - http://www.shoptalklive.com   Sign up for the Fine Woodworking weekly eLetter - https://www.finewoodworking.com/newsletter   Sign up for a Fine Woodworking Unlimited membership - https://www.finewoodworking.com/unlimited 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. STL227: Tom McLaughlin is serious about square
      2. STL226: Buying a used drill press with Rollie Johnson
    • 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
      The subtle art of nibbling one's way to a great design.
      1. Cheese and Chairs
      2. Ratso's One Lone Post
    • 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

      The Hairy Palm Episode - Wood Talk | Woodworking

      Today we doing a Q&A show to clean out our inbox...and to answer your questions.
      1. The Hairy Palm Episode
      2. Crappy Handmade Gifts for Me
    • Woodshop Life Podcast Bi-weekly Woodworking Podcast. Click play_circle_filled to listen to an episodecancel

      Episode 57 - Router Sleds, Air Cleaners, Which Domino, & MUCH More! - Woodshop Life Podcast

      Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/woodshoplifeGuy1) I am looking at getting a Festool domino machine. I was wondering which one you all use the most? They are a lot of money and I want to get both, but only one is in the budget currently. I am currently building a big green egg cart similar to Mark Spagnolo and he used both in his build. I mostly will be building small tables and small cabinets and am thinking of getting the 500 but was wondering what you all think. Thank you. David2) Hey, Fellas!  I wanted to get your advice on something.  I inherited a Delta DC380 15" planer that has a newer brushless motor on it and straight knives for a cutter head. It's a beast, but it's a big piece of equipment for my shop which is just the size of a one-car-garage.  I'm thinking about selling it and "downgrading" to a DeWalt DW735 with a helical head.  Am I crazy?  What might I end up sacrificing if I go with the DeWalt after working with the Delta for a few years now?  My biggest concerns with keeping the Delta is potential upcoming maintenance (it's an older machine), overall size, and lack of storage in the industrial rolling base. -Joel Sean1) Hi fellas. You answered my question a while back on dining chair design re: lower stretchers. That was very helpful. Thanks.I've prototyped a chair (I can email through a picture if that would help), and am now on to batching out the set in white oak. While I was doing the prototype, I pattern routed the back legs and found that I was getting a fair amount of tear out due to grain direction. So, I invested in a compression flush trim bit thinking that this would solve my problems. I'm finding that it isn't the magic solution that I thought it'd be. I'm still facing issues with the bit chewing into grain that would ordinarily be in the wrong direction.A little background information: I don't have a router table. I'm doing this handheld, taking light passes, and I've got the speed slowed way down on the router. I'm using a 2.25 hp router, which should be able to handle this kind of thing.Am I missing something? Do I need a router table for this to work? Should I reject technology altogether and live in the forest?2) I listen to 2 podcasts. Yours is by far the better. Professional and informative while being personable.I inherited a 12/4 100” x 18” Norwegian pine slab from my 93 year old mentor Bert.  Having been stored under his saw these past 30 years he wanted to see it used.  Grow locally here in SE Minnesota, I estimated it was a sapling in about 1870 making it 2nd growth.It quickly became apparent neither 40 grit on a 4” hand drum sander nor No. 5 jack plane would work well, so I built an 8 foot x 2-1/2 foot router sled.  Using my Bosch 1617 and a Whiteside 6220 planing bit I eliminated the twist and the bandsaw marks then ROS to 80/150/220, amber shellac and wiping varnish made using Minwax. Final thickness was 3”. You can find pics at @wilsoncellulosics.While acceptable for a fireplace lintel the resulting quality was good but not furniture grade. Have either you all or your colleagues done slab planing?  I am open to tackling another slab sometime when the opportunity arises. Are third party slab planers worth the considerable cost (meaning furniture-grade results)?  If so recommendations to consider? Bob Peterson Huy1) Hello gentlemen. This question is for all three of you. I have a 2hp Shop Fox table saw and wanted to add on to it by upgrading the fence and possibly building things into the wings. Have some trouble deciding on what fence when I realized this is a trend for me making these types of improvements everywhere. So.....What are the best third party upgrades you’ve made to tools in your shop (excluding the obvious things like the Super Incra Miter Sled 9000). Maybe a two answer format - best made shop improvement vs. best purchased improvement. What the thing you added that made life so much better. Thank you boys, keep up the great work. Joey - Winter Wolf Woodworking2) Hi guys, love the podcast! I’ve got a question about a ceiling mounted air filters. I have a small (200ish sqft) shop in the basement. I was looking at something like the RIKON 62-400 since it’s a small area. However if I step up to the 62-100, which is 2.5x the price, I can get carbon filters for it, it’s not an option on the smaller unit. My question is: With my shop being in the house is it worth being able to get carbon filters to help get rid of some of the fumes from finishes, or is the bigger unit just overkill in such a small shop? Im not spraying conversion varnish or anything like that, usually it’s wipe on finish on small boxes and things, if that makes a difference. Also the HVAC is in the corner of the shop, and the basement outside my shop door is a finished living area, which is why I want to put in air filtration. Thanks! Matt WoodWhisperer flattening workbench: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qtkBZHLJyD0
      1. Episode 57 - Router Sleds, Air Cleaners, Which Domino, & MUCH More!
      2. Episode 56 - Ripping Narrow Stock, Vacuum Hoses, Standard Board Width, & MUCH More!
    • It's Wood A show about all things woodworking It's Wood is a show about all things woodworking from the tools we use, to the companies who make them and the artisans who use them. Remember, if its wood, we're good. Each episode I will talk with people from all aspects of wood, tools, and woodworking. Click play_circle_filled to listen to an episodecancel

      Bainbridge Artisan's Resource Network - Part 3 - Mary Anne - Woodworker - It's Wood - A show about all things woodworking

      On this episode we close out our 3-part series on the Bainbridge Artisan’s Resource Network or BARN for short. We are talking to Mary Anne a woodworker who works here at Barn we will talk about her experiences here as well as how she joined Barn in the first place.
      1. Bainbridge Artisan's Resource Network - Part 3 - Mary Anne - Woodworker
      2. Bainbridge Artisan's Resource Network - Part 2 - Mike Morgan, shop lead
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