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Best Woodworking podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Woodworking podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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This podcast series is a look at furniture building from a veteran maker, designer, and author. The episodes are practical, philosophic, witty, and irreverent. Gary was a former contributing editor at Fine Woodworking Magazine, and founded The Northwest Woodworking Studio, A School for Woodworkers, in Portland, Oregon in 1997. He has no illusions about the value of this work in today’s culture of fast and furious and disposable. Making art, building furniture, is work that is useless and bea ...
 
The Modern Woodworkers Association is a place for the online woodworking community to reinforce our online connections and create personal ones in local gatherings in many regions across the country.It is a place for woodworkers of all skill levels from professional to hobbyist to be able to share knowledge and learn form one another. The name Modern Woodworkers Association does not come from the fact that we are powertool users or for that matter handtool users but instead that we have all ...
 
Join us every week for woodworking inspiration and fun. Hosts John Doyle, Logan Wittmer, and Phil Huber from Woodsmith magazine share what they're working on, lessons learned, shop stories, and behind-the-scenes news at Woodsmith. Be on the lookout for special interviews and answers to listener questions. For more check out www.Woodsmith.com/podcasts.
 
The Woodshop 101 Podcast is geared towards the weekend woodworker providing tips, tricks, and laughs. The show is hosted by Jeremy Crawford, Drew Short, and Sam Wooddell. Collectively the three personalities work well together bringing different perspectives, levels of experience combined with funny stories to audiences each week. Every week they spotlight a different guest host, make product recommendations, talk about current projects, and answer audience questions. The show is informative ...
 
Mike Twohig is the owner of Edge Construction and has been building houses in Wisconsin for more than 22 years. He specializes in interior woodwork and bringing a new look into your home. Mike, his two sons Nick and Tom, and the rest of his crew do great work and they do it fast. They accomplish this by only using contractors that can keep to a strict schedule and do quality work and it shows! They now do the woodwork on more than half of the new homes built in Dane County every year. Join h ...
 
Sustaining Craft started in 2016, when Elizabeth Silverstein, a writer, found herself discouraged after a move and a divorce. To find a little encouragement for herself and others, she decided to talk to people building businesses in creative fields. Sustaining Craft morphed into a podcast format in 2018, and features artists and craftspeople from Arkansas, Canada, Colorado, and New Jersey.
 
Hosts Garrett And Craig joined by the legion of craftsmen, guest from all trades union and not. We talk about our work we have and the tools we like. What’s been working, what hasn’t . .Talking with our fellow tradesmen and drinking beer n whiskey. Cheers Check out the hardhat sticker store on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/shop/Localnonunion
 
This Podcast is for Woodworkers, Makers and Builders. Host, William Patrick Interviews Company guest and has Guest Co-Host peers to discuss the latest trends in these feilds. the goal is simple to Learn and have fun while you listen! please like tracks you enjoy and Subscribe to get notified on future shows.
 
We cover the business and marketing side of the sawmill, tree service, furniture making, Urban Wood, and woodworking industry. If you're a woodworker, sawmill owner, or any other entrepreneur and/or business owner in the wood industry, you need to check out this podcast. Each week, we interview business owners, large-scale companies, entrepreneurs, makers, and designers while also offering marketing and business advice that will help you grow your business and increase your profits. Tune in ...
 
Just two old friends catching up for your comedic relief every week. The show has no real direction, we'll be honest but it's full of laughs! Geep and Gam are men of the trade starting out as luthiers but currently Geep fixes antique funiture and Gam is a brewer at a local brewery. But more importantly the two are full of wacky life experiences, and ready to tell you all about them. Please join us and have a listen!
 
What is Japanese food? Sushi? Ramen? Kaiseki? What about Izakaya? What exactly are they? Akiko Katayama, a Japanese native, New York-based food writer and director of the New York Japanese Culinary Academy, will tell you all about the real Japanese food and food culture. Her guests will range from a sake producer whose family has centuries of sake-making history, to a great American chef who pushes the envelope of Japanese cuisine. Japanese cuisine is demystified here!
 
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Links from this episode can be found here - http://www.shoptalklive.com Sign up for the Fine Woodworking weekly eLetter - https://www.finewoodworking.com/newsletter Sign up for a Fine Woodworking Unlimited membership - https://www.finewoodworking.com/unlimited Every two weeks, a team of Fine Woodworking staffers answers questions from readers on Sh…
 
Our guest is John Cox, owner and cooper at Quercus Cooperage in the Hudson Valley. John founded Quercus Cooperage in 2013 to pursue the art of traditional coopering. It is one of the 33 cooperages in the US, and is one of the very few, or maybe the only one that manufactures items for Japanese-style fermentation. In this episode, we will discuss Jo…
 
Will this Tamers fanfic finally break the Digimon curse? Takato has been written out of reality, but that won't stop him from being the viewpoint character. Forced romantic pairings among children abound. It all reads like an early-2000s https://www.facebook.com/RetroFanficRetrospective/ See our tweets and episode previews at https://twitter.com/Re…
 
Pete keeps getting older, good projects to get started with, we talk copyright in the creative space, finish application, stain (again) , our woodworking inspirations and heroes, we explain why we have a love/hate relationship with Pine. Voicemails: Ben - Conderosa Creations What are some good projects to get started in woodworking and try out some…
 
This week we have an awesome chat with awesome framers (Check em out on instagram) to answer questions live on Instagram with a group of contractors. It was a real blast sharing what we could and learning a lot about what we can do to make their job easier, and produce better structures together. We talked for two hours, so I cut it down to two par…
 
On this episode of the ShopNotes Podcast, Phil, John, and Logan talk about justifying tool purchases - as if you need an excuse to buy another tool. They discuss reasons to buy a new tool or to buy multiples of useful tools that you need in more than one location. Plus, another update on how things are going in their home workshops.…
 
Ashley Harwood, a master turner, shares her biggest wood turning to date, a pedestal and foot for a Barolo table. Or 4 of them rather. And I want to emphasize that when I say gigantic, I’m not exaggerating, or using that word frivolously. Listen to Ashley's stories about the many safety considerations involved, what happens when a piece being turne…
 
Liz Taylor-McMullen earned her bachelor’s in music education and a master’s in music performance before working for two years as a band director. She’d had to learn quite a few different instruments to teach band. “I was studying to be a band director, and when you do that, you learn how to play all of the band instruments to a certain level of pro…
 
Does your microwave cabinet have a slide out spice rack? No you say? Well then listen up because this episode has the fix to that problem, as well as tips and insights for anyone that wants to apply their woodworking skills to improving their home. Mark used to be a photographer and graphic designer by trade, but now he runs Gunflint Designs buildi…
 
If you are a new listener to Untold Santa Cruz, I would love to hear from you, do you know someone with a story that simply ought to be told? Please email me and let me know who I should meet! Music for the Podcast was graciously created and offered by the talented Ketsa and was obtained at the Fee Music Archive . Please visit the artist's webpage …
 
Dom and Tory turn away from Retro to talk about some new animation. Midnight Gospel has them waxing philosophical and nerdy as they discuss death, drawing, and what it's like to watch a show so completely unwrapped from reality that it ends up making the most sense. Three friends read old fanfiction that they think might be good. Sometimes they are…
 
In this episode we have a serious case of deja vu, starting our shops all over again, sharpening saw blades, Pete ruins Christmas, fuming wood with ammonia, where we sell our products, and how we support ourselves with diversified sources of income. Today’s Topic: If you could start your shop over, what would you do differently? Questions: Andy Dea…
 
On this episode of the ShopNotes Podcast, John, Logan, and Phil give an update on how they are holding up in the pandemic quarantine. John has started building a backyard playhouse for his kids, Phil is working on a compact router table, and Logan is working on a poker table and putting together a saw mill... will they ever finish their projects? S…
 
We are adding an unscheduled addition to our regular podcast line-up to squeeze in an extra episode with Ryan Smith of Sideplate . When we heard the Engineers over at Sideplate had developed a fully bolted moment frame with the existing sideplate technology we had to learn a little more. Please enjoy our conversation with Ryan, and feel free to rea…
 
Ben has a very specific material that he builds from: recycled skateboards. He’s made bowls, he’s made a bat, he’s even made a skateboard. On this episode Ben talks about about a particularly interesting skateboard project, a skateboard guitar. Subscribe to the weekly maker digest: https://artofthebuild.fm Support the show: https://patreon.com/arto…
 
James is an electrical engineer, former toy designer, and most importantly he’s a builder of amazing robots and other contraptions (like the robotic bowling bowl collaboration with Mark Rober). One of James' most epic creations are his 7ft tall extremely robust "performance robots". These "Chappy-like" robots have many degrees of motion, really coo…
 
The cinematic spy shenanigans continue as Harry and Hermione get involved with MacGuffins, secret plans, double-crosses, triple-crosses, and body doubles. Harry is a superwizard. Hermione messes with time magic again but it's fine. Draco is in leather pants way back in the year 2000. Link to the story: bit.ly/rfrpou Three friends read old fanfictio…
 
Sponsored By: My new online course Building Furniture in Fusion 360. Go here to save $20 off the price and learn Fusion today! SHOWNOTES Instagram YouTube Ricky Saetta All Wooden Gameboy Build #MakerCollab2020 Oak Hill Millworks Stated Woods BooVara Designs Onefinity CNC Full Spectrum Laser Full Spectrum Laser Interview Sketchup Workbench Con Workb…
 
In this episode we talk about our dream shops, using stain to make cheap wood look sexy, marking your work like a pro, and our sander preferences. Questions: Eric elywoodworks How do you approach a client that wants you to use cheaper wood and apply stain to make it looks like, for example, walnut? and how do you feel about it? Are you comfortable …
 
This week Max and Zach sit down with the guys from Structuralengineeringbasics.com to discuss high rise design, and a little about the courses they provide. We hear some great stories about design in Dubai and an exciting project with some unique challenges in Canada. We recommend checking out their website at www.structuralengineeringbasics.com an…
 
Sponsors: Thank you to the new show "THE SHIVERING TRUTH" - season two, premiering Sunday May 10 th at midnight. Only on Adult Swim. It starts with a quiver... a strange, incomprehensible thought grabs you. That thought, leads to a tremble... the tremble of preparing to act. The act, leads to a shudder... a shudder of deep regret. In the end, thoug…
 
This episode is brought to you by Pony/Jorgenson and Titebond. Links from this episode can be found here - http://www.shoptalklive.com Sign up for the Fine Woodworking weekly eLetter - https://www.finewoodworking.com/newsletter Sign up for a Fine Woodworking Unlimited membership - https://www.finewoodworking.com/unlimited Every two weeks, a team of…
 
Elisha of Pneumatic Addict is a former hairstylist turned maker and DIYer who in her words is here to demystify tools and the lumber section of the hardware store. Many of Elisha’s builds are primarily out of lumber, but she incorporates metal a lot too. A perfect example is her wood and metal cable bed that combines a really smart and sturdy bed f…
 
Robert Cowan builds combat robots. He is part of the Copperhead team on the BattleBots TV show, and he also builds a lot of smaller "insect weight" bots that he competes with regularly. In this episode Robert discusses Psychotic Break V2, a beautiful carbon fiber and S7 tool steel bot that weighs only 3lbs and packs a scary amount of kinetic energy…
 
My guests are Rich Shih and Jeremy Umansky, who just wrote a great book on Koji - the title of which is “Koji Alchemy – Rediscovering the magic of mold-based fermentation”. Koji is the national mold of Japan. It is used to make almost all fermented products in Japanese cuisine, such as miso, soy sauce and sake. Koji is also becoming a culinary keyw…
 
Amado sits down with one of his nostalgic favorite authors, John Biles, to discuss his decades-spanning fanfic writing career. The topics are wide-ranging and very, VERY geeky. We return to the previously-featured "Children of an Elder God" as well as his other major collaboration "Sailor Moon Z." John can't resist a crossover. He also never stops …
 
Sponsored By: My new online course Building Furniture in Fusion 360. Go here to save $20 off the price and learn Fusion today! SHOWNOTES Boone Builds Proton Pack LEGO Lego User Group (LUG) Brick Link Brickworld Brick Fair Virginia Skaerbaek Beyond the Brick LEGO Masters Mark Cruickshsnk Making It Kayla LaFrance (King of the Nerds) Samuel Hatmaker W…
 
In this episode Pete takes Dan and Mike back to school in Fusion 360, we talk shop layout, doing right by your customers, and staying organized with your orders. You can leave us a voice message at (754) 225-5297 or you can record your question or comment on your phones voice memo app and email it to anotherwoodshoppodcast@gmail.com You can follow …
 
Robert Bean has noticed how the rest of the world has realized how much they need the arts. “All of a sudden, they’re starting to draw, play music,” Robert said. “I’ve seen the stuff that says, ‘You don’t support the arts? What are you doing right now? You’re reading books. You’re coloring. You’re doing all of these things.’ And I’m 100% behind tha…
 
Links from this episode can be found here - http://www.shoptalklive.com Sign up for the Fine Woodworking weekly eLetter - https://www.finewoodworking.com/newsletter Sign up for a Fine Woodworking Unlimited membership - https://www.finewoodworking.com/unlimited Every two weeks, a team of Fine Woodworking staffers answers questions from readers on Sh…
 
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