It’s show #498. On today’s show we’re talking about paralysis by analysis, the best way to learn woodworking, new vs vintage hand tools, and tool maintenance schedules. Also now featuring your funny captions
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What’s On the Bench
- Marc hired a full time editor then broke his Festool Sander doing a head to head with the Mirka
- Matt is almost moved out of his old shop
- Shannon made a few hours worth of jigs for a 10 minute project
We posted this picture on our Instagram account from Fine Woodworking Live and asked for you to caption it:
- Fred_Mcintyre: “Here comes the choo choo!”
- Arronolson: Marc trying everything to cure Matt of the giggles.
- J.D.Messick: I could feed my friends too if I had a spoon like that!
- Conklin.jeremy: These edibles ain’t shit…..ten minutes later.
- Brando_1155: I’ll feed you baby bird
- Matt_buntyn: Eat up, and one day you’ll be big and strong like Shannon!
- Sebrin_wood_works – The moment Shannon decided to get a Peloton.
Emails and Voicemails
- Steven sent us a voicemail about bandsaw metal breakage and thinks Shannon is right
- Jeff is trying to avoid analysis paralysis and asks how to get started
- Marie wants to learn woodworking basics but is unsure the best way to do it
- Andy likes hand tools but wonders whether it is best to start with new tools or vintage tools and restore them.
- Viktoria is curious about the maintenance schedules we follow for our tools
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