On today’s weekend show we talk about our average work week and time management
On today’s weekend show we talk about our average work week and time management
Working African Mahogany, kerfing out dovetail waste, and one track saw to rule them all.
On today’s weekend show we talk about the things you should never do in the shop.
Should you bottom out your tenons, plywood potato chips, and a plywood workbench.
On today’s weekend show we talking about the secret to happiness.
How to know if your furniture can handle the load, moving a project from AC to non-AC room, and should you mill everything all at once?!
On today’s weekend show we talking about what defines “the average woodworker” Robert wrote in to ask about the right table saw for the average
Milling logs, oil and wax on hand tools causing finishing problems, when to use a loose mortise and tenon, boards bowing off the saw mill, and panel raising planes
On today’s weekend show we talking about how whether to cut lumber that is too long for your storage
Fixing a blued gouge, material for shop cabinets, and glueing up a big butcher block countertop.
Measuring and relative dimensioning.
Marc’s rusty planes and Milling and Drying live oak.
On the Weekend Show, Bob from I Like to Make Stuff joins us for a discussion about parenting and making stuff.
SketchUp for sissies, moving a shop, blending 3d printing and fine woodworking, and do Matt and Marc feel inferior because the don’t mess with electronics like Bob Clagett?
On today’s weekend show we talking about the wood movement and veneer thickness.
Marc’s sexy curvy legs, milling square stock, and making sliding dovetails by hand.
Tackling projects that are too advanced for your skill level.
Sprung breadboard ends, which hand tools should you spend money on, and getting started as a college student
On today’s weekend show, we’re talking about acquiring tools before you are ready.
On today’s show we’re talking about different types of chisels, getting the most from your Jack plane, and what if matt moves?! What’s On the
We discuss the concept of art and if our projects qualify as art.
On today’s show we’re talking about amber water-based finish, what’s the deal with Drill presses, and how to use a moisture meter. Don’t forget to
We’re talking about how our shops and working styles might be different if we didn’t have our respective businesses.
Router-cut mortises, demystifying plywood, solid or ply bathroom vanity,
whether to join a local woodworking guild
Trimming a frame flush to the top, Thousand Canker Disease, and selling your old tools.
On today’s weekend show, we’re talking about the end game in our businesses.
On today’s show we’re talking about if the finish is ruined once it starts curing in the can and giving up on a tool or
On today’s weekend show, we’re talking about woodworking away from home. What Are We Talking About Darth Rust asked: I’m overseas for the rest of
Vertical vs horizontal lumber storage, finishing uneven Cherry, and being neighborly.
Today we’re keeping it real by talking about safety advice we don’t adhere to.
We’re celebrating 10 years of Wood Talk!
Our sharpening set ups and what we use to draw blood.
On today’s show, we’re talking about small dados and clamping squares!!
We discuss projects we’ve made for no reason other than to have fun.
Card scraper thickness, what’s your highest grit before finishing, and asymetrical dovetail layout
What tools we feel are total overkill in our shops.
Chisel recommendations for a newb, when to stop face jointing, static explosions, and movement in manufactured furniture
Today we’re discussing lumber prices and regional variability.
Plywood vs solid wood for panels, electrical draw from a saw mill, and french cleats.
When do you push yourself with your design? Does going out on a limb automatically mean that some people will hate it?
The joy of tracksaws, strength of loose tenons, and getting into welding.
On a recent trip to Michaels Craft Store, Shannon was disgusted by all the junk on the shelves purporting to be Maker kits.
Extra jointer support, taming tapers, diamond vs water stones, and leaving the bark on slabs.
We’re taking 2 questions on workbenches: top material and the effectiveness of the deadman
Live edge table bases, air dried vs kiln dried lumber, and Stationary log vs stationary head mills.
YouTube and Fine Woodworking as well as getting sponsors.
Long-term tool storage, selling at craft shows, and quartersawn lumber.
We each name an accessory that makes life easier.
Glue line seams, dowels vs floating tenons, and a sawmill cnc router conversion.
Talking about the wood products in our home and how we feel about them.
Casket joinery, dust collection for a small shop, and table top board direction
An email grab bag show!
Staining complex projects, Matt’s building a solar kiln?!?!, and wood movement in wide boards.
Would you take this deal?!
Favorite finishing books, to sharpen router bits or not, miter saws vs table saws, and plywood with hand tools???
Our woodworking goals and resolutions for 2017.
Epoxy shelf life, stropping, and bandsaw blade life expectancy
Is it better to buy the better quality tool or the lower quality and get accessories?
Router bit buying strategy, lathe tool recommendations, jointer planes, and where to put the drill press.
Some of the risks and pitfalls of running an online business.
Shop sub-floors, files for restoring saws, basement woodworking, purpleheart resin, acute angles, and making big projects in small spaces.
Getting a grain and color match in a panel.
When to use your air cleaner, tensioning a bandsaw blade, planing a glued up carcass.
What are the big Black Friday deals we have seen in the past and what have we taken advantage of.
Oil finish in a low powered turbine, installing opposing drawer slides, and notching corners.
Your co-hosts as kids. What were we into? Anything that showed aptitude for woodworking or video-making?
Oil and wax finish on a butcher block, wall storage in a concrete walled shop, and starting a business.
Our thoughts on where to get tool-buying advice.
Using a frame and panel for a tool chest door, fixing an orange peel lacquer finish, and narrow piece kickback.
On today’s weekend show, we’re talking about camcorders vs DSLRs and how we use them in our shops. What We’re Using Marc has a Sony PXW-Z-150
How we prepare for Winter.
On today’s show, we’re talking about glossy wood without finish, choosing woods for your design, how much wood for a workbench. What’s On the Bench
What power would you steal from one of your co-hosts?
On today’s show, we’re talking about setting your miter gauge to square, wood hardness scales, and T1-11 for the shop walls. What’s On the Bench
What honey-do items are on our list.
Tricky double-sided tape, buying your first backsaw, and router tables.
Cuts from unexpected places.
Learning to sharpen saws, shop lighting options, and where do you get your horse butt.
Our worst project blunders.
Oil stones vs water stones, how to avoid mistakes related to rushing, and setting pricing expectations
curved cauls, who need’s ’em!, what’s matt going to do with all of those slabs, what’s the deal with Purpleheart, and all kinds of backwards sawing and softwood only Japanese woodworking questions for our guest host Wilbur Pan.
Today’s show is sponsored by Brusso Hardware. Use the code “Woodtalk” to save 10% off our first order at Brusso.com On today’s show we’re talking
Getting hot with epoxy, outdoor bar top options, and jointing a strip of moulding by hand.
On today’s show, we’re talking about practicing dovetails, differences between gravity and syphon HVLP guns, keeping our shops organized, and period furniture resources. Want to
Choosing joinery, sanding small pieces without rounding them over, hand planing crowns, and glueing up joints.
Disposing of sawdust, using PT lumber, and how much to let panels float.
Knowing when your planer and jointer blades are dull and including torsion box assembly tables in small spaces.
Ductless Mini Splits VA PTAC in the shop, cutting accurate miters, sticky poly, and dealing with dank basements.
Poly getting thicker, green lumber, and some voicemail roulette.
Sharpening stone contamination, dealing with hardware on our projects.
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On today’s show we’re talking about keeping your shop clean and working in the heat. What’s On the Bench Marc went Kerouac on everyone’s ass
Finish on a shower stool, hand cut miters, and building a shop on a budget.
Sheet goods for exterior use, Japanese saws vs western saws, and tool recommendations gone wrong.
Hand tool fatigue, using a woodworking miter saw as a metal cut-off saw, and the right finish for furniture in a rental property.
An in-depth discussion about what’s going on in our shops and we offer some general woodworking wisdom (if we have any)!
Attaching a butcher block top to a base, getting started in woodcarving, 110v jointers, and our featured topic, how to deal with shop frustration and maximizing limited time.