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

Today’s show is brought to you by Harrys.com where you can get high quality razors in the mail at a fraction of the cost from

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.

WT291 – Matt’s Mom is Mad

Differences between rubber gloves, cleaning up squeeze out, troubleshooting an underperforming scraper, and letting boards rest after milling.

WT290 – Amy Schumer’s Tattoo Gun

The intimidation of getting started, 45 degree zero clearance inserts, using a carbide bandsaw blade, and choosing a dust collector.

WT289 – The Matt Awakens

Removing mill marks in boards, dovetail orientation for casework, non traditional table designs with regard to wood movement, the trend of sped up woodworking videos, moving from a dry climate to a humid one, being called carpenter instead of woodworker, and a look back at the project’s we’ve made in 2015.

WT288 – Matt’s Exodus

Furniture safety, cutting notches, and buying a first spokeshave. Oh yeah, Matt’s leaving the show too.

WT287 – Making It Drunk

Determining finish on old trim, fire resistant projects, and bandsaw cut quality featuring special guest Dave Piccuito.

WT284 – Wood in the Bathtub

Dealing with a scratch while finishing, getting a distressed look, and concerns with thin wooden components.

WT283 – Chain Taco-ing

Electrical outlets, dealing with swollen plywood dados, and evenly milling a board with knots.

WT282 – Replacement Matt

Today we’re joined by Matt Cremona to talk about one work surfaces in the shop, bark on a live edge slab, & choosing the right plane for the job.

WT279 – No Hand Stands Please

Crook cane handle designs, defusing shop vac hose static electricity, and resawing with table saw and band saw.

WT278 – Matt’s Back

Finish for a teak shower bench, curved vs hard angles in ductwork, and steamed vs unsteamed Walnut.

WT277 – Blosch’s Powdered Metal Glide

Laminated leg vise chops, managing scrap wood, loose tenon joinery, the Bosch Glide Miter Saw vs the Festool Kapex, and Veritas’ PM-V11 steel.

WT275 – Travelin’ Matt

Finishing a project with nooks and crannies, using cut nails, and flattening a table base to accept the top

WT273 – Double Doody

Making curved sides on a small box, attaching paper-backed veneer to a van interior, and finishing half blind dovetails.

WT272 – New Baby Spags

On today’s show, we’re talking about Storing Shellac, fixing a dado that’s too deep, and a “different way” to mill boards by hand.

WT268 – Basement Shop Pros & Cons

We are breaking from our usual format while we’re on vacation but don’t worry, we’ll be back on Sept. 14th! Shawn submitted a question asking

WT266 – We’re Pithed Off

Today’s show is sponsored by SawStop! On today’s show we’re talking about are chairs difficult to make, filling cracks in cutting boards, and wood movement

WT265 – We’re Awesome?

On today’s Wood Talk “Weekend Edition” we’re doing a little bragging and talking about our strengths. This show is inspired by an email from Chad:

WT264 – Down With Three Quarters

Today’s show is sponsored by SawStop! On today’s show we’re talking about milling rough stock, attaching hardwood strips to cover the plywood edges, and designing

WT262 – Silver is the New Gray

Preventing cedar from graying, seeing grain direction in a board, and hinge recommendations for large dropdown drawer fronts.

WT260 – The Slender Member

Softwood for a workbench, establishing your design style, using a router as jointer, and choosing wood for a table top.

WT259 – Sunshine and Potpourri

Miscellaneous topics from our email bag that are too short for a single topic show and not long enough for a regular show.

WT257 – Woodworking Business Models

On today’s Wood Talk “Weekend Edition” we’re talking about our business models and lots of other unqualified business advice that you should take with a

WT256 – Guess What Chicken Butt?

On today’s show we’re talking about letting necessity be the mother of invention, anticipatory duct work for dust collection, breadboard end joinery. What’s on the

WT253 – Helical Head or Not

On today’s Wood Talk “Weekend Edition” we’re talking about helical heads in planers and their advantages…or not. How about you? Have you upgraded to a

WT252 – Sheeps From Legos

On today’s show, we’re talking about finishing oily woods, when to mill rough lumber, and when to re-flatten sharpening stones What’s on the Bench? Marc

WT250 – Meow Mix!

Charging relatives for your work and dealing with too-narrow dados.

WT249 – Aftermarket Upgrades

On today’s Wood Talk “Weekend Edition” we’re talking about aftermarket upgrades for our tools. This topic was inspired by a question from Peter. How about

WT248 – We Lost Trenton!

Popping figured maple without warming it up, gluing face grain to edge grain, and traditional turning tools vs carbide insert tools.

WT246 – Serious Roof Surfing Turtle

Today’s show is sponsored by Brusso Hardware – Brusso provides high quality American-made woodworking hardware for YOUR next project. As a special discount for new

WT241 – Stuff We Don’t Do Well

On today’s Wood Talk “Weekend Edition” we’re talking about the one thing in woodworking we are worst at and how we are working to improve

WT240 – The Snarky Show

Boiled linseed oil before a clear coat, tinting epoxy, and whether to pre-finish edge banding on a plywood box.

WT238 – Vinegar Pie

Curing finishes in the oven, small shop miter saws, and hardware for connecting cabinets

WT232 – Back to Betamax

Should you leave the marking gauge line or get rid of it, how flat does a jointing plane need to be and sharpening a fine toothed saw.

WT231 – Panel Glue Up Techniques

On today’s Wood Talk “Weekend Edition”, we are talking about how we glue up panels and how we have changed our technique over the years.

WT230 – Super Spongy Matt

On today’s show, we’re talking about Anti-fatigue mats, Pore-filling, Build or buy the first workbench?, wood movement in an Adirondack chair, and shop vac vs

WT229 – Small Shop Lessons

On today’s WoodTalk “Weekend Edition”, Marc was out sick so Matt and Shannon talked about small shops whether they be garage or basement and the

WT228 – Marc has the Sniffles

Today’s show is sponsored by Brusso Hardware. New customers get 10% OFF any order at Brusso.com using code WT2015. On today’s show, we’re talking about

WT226 – Cut the Cut List

An emergency safety alert for your shop, how long should that table stretcher be, and SketchUp cut lists.

WT225 – Shop Furniture: Pretty or Plain

On today’s WoodTalk “Weekend Edition”, we’re talking about shop furniture projects. How nice do you make them? Email Dustin is wondering about shop projects. Do

WT224 – Woof Woof Shannon!

Today’s show is sponsored by Brusso Hardware. New customers get 10% OFF any order at Brusso.com using code WT2015. On today’s show, we’re talking about

WT222 – Freaky Teaky Crud

Attaching a sitting bench top to the base, is the router plane fence necessary, and dealing with mystery goo after finishing.

WT221 – Measuring and Marking Tools

On today’s WoodTalk “Weekend Edition”, we’re talking about measuring and marking tools: which ones we love and how we use them. We also talk about