On today’s show, we’re celebrating Get Woodworking Week by doing an all email episode!
On today’s show, we’re celebrating Get Woodworking Week by doing an all email episode!
Cherry for a desktop, the ruler trick, stationary sander options, cabinet scrapers vs scraper planes, finishing suggestions for cherry, getting a grippy finish on a fish net, is a ClearVue Cyclone a good idea in a small shop, and special guest J. Leeko
Breaking down plywood, Shapton glass stones, adapting Festool hoses, hand plane talk, and Kickstarter campaigns.
Problems with cat poop, picking the right joint for the job, and some listener feedback on jointer blade sharpening and buying used bandsaws.
Hand saw sharpening, jointer/planer combination machines, milling procedures, and jointer knives.
Trouble with honing guides, troubleshooting a water-based finishing problem, and wood shop attire.
Looking at the year ahead!
The year in review, the wide world of hand planes, wood movement after milling, digital vs print magazines, the Domino vs the Multi-Router, and oil finishes causing blotching in cherry.
The trouble with buying tools, using scraper planes, and laminating solid wood for stability.
On todays show, we are talking about hide glue and glueups.
Granite vs steel, choosing the right gloves for finishing, wood handled tools in dry climates, fixing a blunt plane iron, bevel angles for chisels and plane blades, and transitioning from hobbyist to pro.
Bandsaw tuneup, shop music, tools we would choose if starting over, sharpening, laminated countertops, and organizing tasks during a complicated project.
Scott Meek shares his WIA experience with us and talks about his wooden hand planes. Also, cold weather woodworking and a special event: the Matt2007 vs Matt2012 SawStop debate.
Festool Domino, Tool Chests vs Tool Cabinets, Drill Presses, Wood Storage, Urban Harvested Wood, and Mallets.
Storing oil/varnish blends safely, router tables, dealing with a cluttered shop, assembly table flatness, and Magswitch featherboards.
On today’s show, we’re doing a little Woodworking in America recap and of course our regular selection of shop stories, links, voicemails and emails.
We’re back to our regular format today with What’s on the Bench, Around the Web, and Voicemails! Although we got a little sidetracked with Festool talk.
On today’s show, we have two special guests to give us first-hand perspectives on two woodworking conventions: IWF Atlanta and Fine Woodworking Live!
Aging effects on wood, using a gents saw for dovetails, and combatting de-lamination in plywood after template routing.
Marc gets inspiration from David Marks’ Marquetry DVD, Matt’s newly-sharpened saws are stolen, and Shannon’s going to do his best Underhill impression with his new tool tote.
Celebrating our 100th episode with special guest and a live call-in show!
We’re talking about outdoor workbenches, woodworking with humidity in mind, Marc’s new shop, and the concept of Improv Woodworking.
Fine Woodworking Editor Asa Christiana talks about his recent online fiasco and we also talk about the best multi-tasking tools and how to make the best use of a small work space.
Saving money by building your own furniture, Jeff Miller’s new jigs for hand tool work, how to make a rule joint and long-term tool storage.
Our scariest shop accidents and close calls, old woodwrights shop episodes, shop accidents, safety week, using high angle smoothers, and parallel guide placement in a leg vise.
Changing respirator cartridges, basement woodworking and HVAC, beading on a drawer front, polyurethane flammability, good woods to practice planing, ebony species, and cutting bevel angles over 45 degrees.
Roy Underhill on the PBS iPad app, California’s tablesaw law, pore-filling walnut, hand plane oils, and must-have tools for the beginner.
We discuss a bunch of great links from around the web!
Woodworking events galore, The Highland Woodworker, and a crazy Kickback video!
The WTOR boys take time for a little inward reflection as they discuss their 2012 woodworking resolutions.
With the holidays coming up, this is the perfect time to consider making small projects as gifts.
A frank discussion about this years Woodworking in America conference!
A surprise edition of Wood Talk Online! The community has some unsolicited parenting advice for Marc and Nicole.
Some business and announcements before we head into our Summer break.
Twisting Cypress, bridle joint trouble, metal ductwork and the ClearVue Cyclone.
Building your woodworking legacy, popping the grain in redwood, and Pop Woodworking going digital!
Joining the Frogpants network, woodworking seasons, and the hand tool craze!
The WIA 2011 class schedule is leaked!
Card scrapers, sharpening with sandpaper, planing narrow boards, paring with the bevel down, and deciding between storing your lumber in the garage or in the basement.
Prefinishing panels, Tried & True safety considerations, and making a hollow column.
Taxes, the future of woodworking, and a butt load of content from the magazines, blogs, and forums
Bad April Fools Jokes, what saws a beginning woodworker really needs, how to tune up an old hand plane, as well as a butt load of content from the magazines, blogs, and forums.
A new audio show answering YOUR questions and woodworking dilemmas!
Hand planing, Popular Woodworking’s new site, setting up shop, as well as our favorite articles, blog posts, and Wood Talk Online Forum posts.
Plywood’s place in fine furniture, Fine Woodworking’s new site, as well as our favorite articles, blog posts, and Wood Talk Online forum posts.
Dust collectors, Thien Baffle, Woodshop the Movie, Woodworking Can Pay Your Bills.
Bandsaws, resawing, first aid, Vic’s cradle, and much more!
A show with very little planning. Just how we like it!
A special Wood Talk Online on location at the Woodworking in America Conference 2010.
The WIA classes we are most looking forward to, low angle vs high angle planes, and can you live without a tablesaw?
The woodworking styles you should probably get to know, our favorite recent woodworking articles, some cool crap going on in the forums and a discussion of furniture styles.
Eye injuries, Popular Woodworking’s new format, and Fine Woodworking’s call for bloggers.
Pore-Filling, Glen Drake dovetail saw and the woodworking Project Bucket List.
Workshop security, specialty blades, Twitter woodworking, Festool at Walmart???
Safety Week 2010, Woodworking in America Schedules, Blotch Control from Charles Neil.
Using hand tools, the differences/uses of rabbet vs shoulder vs plow vs router planes, and learning ww’ing from books and videos alone.
Popular Woodworking round table discussion, Veritas Detail Rabbet Planes, Woodworkers Fighting Cancer, Bob Rozaieski from the Logan Cabinet Shoppe, The American Craftsman Workshop, and the tablesaw injury report.
Shannon Rogers joins us as a special guest.
Lumberjocks Winter Awards, New Yankee Online, waterstone holders, chisels, and more!
Fine Woodworking’s new Knots forum, Lumberjocks Winter Awards, Czech Edge Tools new rule stop, Lead, and Roy Underhill’s new school.
David Marks Bandsawn Veneers DVD, the Leigh Super FMT, hand-carved Christmas ornaments, combination tablesaw blades, Charles Brock rocker plan, and a torsion box workbench.
Marc comes on to give folks a quick update before the Thanksgiving holiday and Matt gives us a little pre-recorded holiday wish.
Norm Abram of the New Yankee Workshop retires, green finishing with Michael Dresdner, Build or Buy, ID Wood iPhone App, and woodworking school or business school?
Blotching, biscuits, magnifying glasses, shorts, and glue bonds.
Wood Talk Episode 59.
Wood Talk Episode 58.
Live from AWFS 2009!
Wood Talk – #56
Wood Talk – #55
Sawdust Chronicles 30-day Challenge, Woodworkers Safety Week 2009, battery charger fire, Woodworking in America, woodworking resources in Europe, refinishing a gun stock, and how to get through the painful learning curves of woodworking.
2 Year Anniversary Show! We’ve been sponsored by one of the most popular knitting podcasts out there, Nuttin’ Wrong with Knittin’!
What’s on the Bench? Marc recently had a class at the William Ng School with Darrell Peart and was able to visit the The Gamble
What’s on the Bench? Marc had some trouble hammering small nails, and accidentally sprayed a bunch of finish without the organic filters on his respirator.
SketchUp for Woodworkers free SketchUp tutorials, Malcom Tibbits amazing segmented turnings, an old Delta ad, Dude Craft, and An Axe to Grind.
Popular Woodworking goes digital, the new MattsBasementWorkshop.com, the International Builder’s Show, and the Leg Up.
Status Report: Marc and Matt start off by trading stories about their 2008 holiday adventures. Around the Web: The HandyGuysPodcast – A great DIY podcast!
Status Report: Marc’s small entertainment center project was just published on FineWoodworking.com and spent the day playing with his hand planes. Matt is rediscovering why
Status Report: Marc isn’t doing much woodworking right now, with his articles and preparation for his upcoming trip to the Atlanta Woodcraft store. Matt has
Status Report: Marc is finishing up the holiday projects, a magazine rack and small clock. Matt is trying an old rust removal technique that’s all
Status Report: Marc delivered the gadget station to Leo Laporte, and had a chance to visit David Marks while he was there. What at Leo’s
Status Report: Marc has FINALLY finished the gadget station and plans on delivering it next week. While in the area, he is also going to
Status Report: Marc talks about his recent router table injury and his experiences with both the Laguna Resaw King bandsaw blade and the Final Cut
Status Report: Where have we been for nearly 2 months?!?!?! Marc gives a Gadget Station update and talks about the “project hump.” Matt announces that
A quick announcement and some listener emails.
Status Report: Marc goes into a bit more detail on his Gadget Station: grain direction and acclimation. Matt is making his new bench out of……….(drum
Status Report: Marc mentions his Viewer Survey and the upcoming project: the Gadget Station. Matt is finishing the release of his awesome Child’s Bookcase project.
We are trying a new format for this show, where we actually have a number of segments including News, Hot Deals, Around the Web, and
Topics: A Safety Week recap. Matt’s upcoming steam bending class. A reminder about Woodworking in America– Hand Tool & Technique Conference: Nov. 14th-16th in Berea,
Topics: Marc’s visit with Popular Woodworking and the Wood Werks Supply Inc., and Woodworker’s Safety Week. Voicemails about bandsaw blade sparks, flattening waterstones, and vacuum
Topics April is turning out to be a very busy month with lots of travel. Marc recently attended the Festool Grand Opening event. Matt went
The one year anniversary of Wood Talk Online. Matt’s class with The Schwarz.
Marc’s new finishing room, The Earlex Spray Station, self-cleaning blast gates, “lazy people food”, taking photos of your work, accepting credit cards, and dyed through tenons.
Kaleo Kala’s visit to Marc’s shop, “The Schwarz”, woodworking classes, Lie Nielsen’s backorder, new tools from Festool and Powermatic, Forstner bits without spurs, and milling lumber with only a planer and a router table.
Lee Valley’s Catalog, Matt shaving with his chisels, the concept of designing on the fly, woodworking clubs, fitting drawers, safety gear, filling termite holes, biographical woodworking books, and router bit diameter
Woodworking shows, analyzing projects, Earlex HVLP, blade guards/splitters, and more!
The latest season of New Yankee Workshop. New podcasts, Modernwoodshop and Teenage Woodworker, new European plunge cut saws, Chris Scwarz being the Oprah of the woodworking world, upgrading tools vs buying new.
We covered a bunch of topics in Episode 27, including The Wood Whisperer Network, Kaleo’s new baby Taz, Christmas gifts, Matt’s Stretchy Pants, Chris Schwarz’s
Tis the time for pre-holiday happenings!
Marc is currently working on a sculpted end-table and for The Wood Whisperer and Matt brings up his concerns about The Woodworking Shows.
Our dream Christmas lists!