EPISODES

WT383 – Choke Up On It

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

WT381 – Stick it in the Wood

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

WT375 – We Want Mo Mona

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

WT374 – Woodworking Vacation

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

WT367 – Matt Loves Us

Card scraper thickness, what’s your highest grit before finishing, and asymetrical dovetail layout

WT359 – Free Donuts

Extra jointer support, taming tapers, diamond vs water stones, and leaving the bark on slabs.

WT349 – Mullet Truck

Staining complex projects, Matt’s building a solar kiln?!?!, and wood movement in wide boards.

WT343 – Marc Drops a Hot One

Router bit buying strategy, lathe tool recommendations, jointer planes, and where to put the drill press.

WT341 – The Best $41 You Ever Spent

Shop sub-floors, files for restoring saws, basement woodworking, purpleheart resin, acute angles, and making big projects in small spaces.

WT336 – Us as Kids

Your co-hosts as kids. What were we into? Anything that showed aptitude for woodworking or video-making?

WT335 – Marc Likes Fishnets

Oil and wax finish on a butcher block, wall storage in a concrete walled shop, and starting a business.

WT332 – Camcorders vs DSLRs

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

WT331 – Scary Bosses

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

WT330 – Balls of Steel

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

WT327 – Upright Wench

Oil stones vs water stones, how to avoid mistakes related to rushing, and setting pricing expectations

WT326 – Wilbur’s Big Hakones

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.

WT325 – Mineral Spirits Shots

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

WT323 – Hard is Not Hard

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

WT320 – Virgin Viscosity

Knowing when your planer and jointer blades are dull and including torsion box assembly tables in small spaces.

WT319 – MyCremona Dot Com

Ductless Mini Splits VA PTAC in the shop, cutting accurate miters, sticky poly, and dealing with dank basements.

WT316 – My FroMona

Today’s show is sponsored by QALO. These rings are incredibly comfortable and start at just $15.99. Head to qalo.com, and use the discount code “WoodTalk”

WT315 – Bandsaw Mill Dovetails

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

WT312 – Baby Paul Bunyan

Hand tool fatigue, using a woodworking miter saw as a metal cut-off saw, and the right finish for furniture in a rental property.

WT311 – Mateo Says Hi!

An in-depth discussion about what’s going on in our shops and we offer some general woodworking wisdom (if we have any)!

WT310 – Marc Got Lei’d

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.

WT 308 – Exercise Matt

Dealing with pitch in your 2×4’s, rabbets planes, back pain, and how often function dictates our wood choice.

WT 307 – Pinky Out Planing

End grain orientation for panels, smoothing a bookmatched panel, scraping glue, and our featured topic, the Festool Domino vs the world!

WT305 – Good Fartin’ Weather

Mallets & chisel handles, protecting our electronic gear in the shop, shop security, keeping walnut from fading, and our featured topic, how much rehab can you do on a tool before it loses its soul?

WT302 – Matt Shakes that Healthy Butt

On today’s Anniversary/April Fool’s show we’re talking about clamping out gaps, prepping old cabinets for new paint, and securing socket chisel handles.

WT301 – It’s All About Diresta

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WT300 – Woodworker Guilt!

Today’s show is sponsored by Harry’s where you get low cost, high quality razors. Woodtalk listeners can use coupon code ‘WOODTALK’ for 10% off your

WT298 – Marc’s Daddy’s Money

Today’s show is sponsored by Harry’s where you get low cost, high quality razors. Woodtalk listeners can use coupon code ‘WOODTALK’ for 10% off your

WT297 – Cremona Cold

Cutting a juice groove in a cutting board, planers and Pine, bench top mortisers, power carving tools for bowls, and our strategies for dealing with squeeze out.

WT296 – Horse Butt

Trouble with a Mission Oak Finish, saw tooth geometry, grain direction in a panel, finishing all sides of a board at once, heating a workshop, project stability when shipping across the country, proper clamping pressure, and our Featured topic: how to do Woodworking in America right!

WT294 – Biscuit Depression

Designing your own projects, biscuit depression, starting a saw, and attaching a table top.

WT293 – Test Your Farts

Our lathe situations, first tools for the hybrid woodworker, knockdown hardware, and bench vs. mortise chisels.

WT292 – Kylo Ren Likes Us!

Getting internet into the shop, listening to audio while woodworking, how flat is flat enough, and how thick to cut lumber.