Ep. 18 | Impalement, Angle Grinders and Anne Briggs
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In this episode we talk with the lovely Anne Briggs ( @anneofalltrades ) and learn more about what she's been up to lately.  KJ Talks about how much he hates making cutting boards. Jason talks more about his boat and some other crazy inventions, and Nick talks about making a hatchet handle from glued up skateboards from ( @wobydesign ). 

To learn more about all things Anne, go to https://www.anneofalltrades.com as well as https://www.theschoolofalltrades.com for everything trade related to Anne of All Trades.


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We Built A Thing
We Built A Thing
MARK | DREW | BRUCE
084 - Storage Racks, Plasti-Dip for Clamps & Helical Heads
In this episode, Mark gets his furnace to limp through the rest of this cold season while he installs a bunch more lumber storage in the shop. Drew has to move his tools around to mill the longer walnut lumber for his upcoming project. Bruce has been laser cutting acrylic templates and shipping them all over the place. Plus, he finally finished the video and plans for the CNC table (that could also be an assembly table...download the free plans from the video link below) Become a patron of the show to receive awesome rewards! http://patreon.com/webuiltathing Help us grow our audience by sharing the show on Instagram and tagging @webuiltathing OUR TOP PATREON SUPPORTERS: -YouCanMakeThisToo -JK Canvas -Jennie and Davis -Tom's Woodwork -Chiseled Woodworking -Tim Morrill -Brent Jarvis -Dad It Yourself DIY -Broken Lead Woodworks -Chris Powell -Christopher Simonton -Maddux Woodworks -Ray Jolliff -Firewood Designs -Ryder Clark -James Attaway Lumber racks mentioned in the show: https://amzn.to/2ZMexoc We Built A Thing T-shirts! We have two designs to choose from! (You can get one of these as a reward at certain levels of support) https://amzn.to/2GP04jf https://amzn.to/2TUrCr2 Bruce's most recent video: https://youtu.be/GNKQwikXCQA Drew's most recent video: https://youtu.be/jcJe6NFoY_0 Mark's most recent video: https://youtu.be/KrEnLvOIi1I We are all makers, full-time dads and all have YouTube channels we are trying to grow and share information with others. Throughout this podcast, we talk about making things, making videos to share on YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, etc...and all of the life that happens in between. CONNECT WITH US: WE BUILT A THING: www.instagram.com/webuiltathing WE BUILT A THING EMAIL: webuiltathing@gmail.com FISHER'S SHOP: www.instagram.com/fishersshop/ BRUDADDY: www.instagram.com/brudaddy/ GUNFLINT DESIGNS: www.instagram.com/gunflint_designs/ Music by: Jay Fisher (Thanks, Jay!)
1 hr 4 min
Woodshop Life Podcast
Woodshop Life Podcast
Woodshop Life Podcast
Episode 66 - Expense of Woodworking As a Hobby, Multiple Dust Collectors?, Wood Floor In The Garage, & MUCH More!
Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/woodshoplife Sean 1) Hey fellas. So I’m having some trouble getting nice glue lines when I’m edge jointing long boards (6’+). I’m building a table top (72”x36”) out of hard maple. How particular are each of you when building table tops? Should the glue joints be flush off the jointer? Do you massage them with a hand plane? Are small gaps ok as long as they close up with a bit of clamping pressure? I have checked, rechecked and rerechecked my jointer and it seems dialed in so I’m pretty sure this is user error. Thoughts on using a magnetic feather board on the infeed side of the jointer to help with stability? Love the show - keep it coming! Mark MLBettWoodWorks 2) Hey guys I have a question/conversation. Just wanted to get your guys thoughts on the topic of the expense of woodworking as a hobby. I feel a lot of woodworking influencers I guess you’d call them are afraid to actually talk about the real cost of woodworking. I feel it’s taboo or something. If your someone who is cheap or doesn’t have the means I don’t think this is the hobby for you. Things like having a climate controlled shop. Having proper dust collection. Having all the proper 220 installed in your shop. Then having the right tools to do each operation. I dunno I guess I’m just blunt about it. If you wanna do this hobby right and also safely it’s a lot of money. Just wondering your thoughts Nathaniel Guy 1) Thanks for the best woodworking podcast around! It's so good to have a podcast that's all relevant information and without the hosts' constant snickering among themselves, as if they think that's entertaining. Here's a question regarding pocket hole joinery: When assembling cabinets for my shop, and other projects using pocket screws, I often end up with the parts sliding out of alignment as the screws are installed. I have and use the Kreg clamp that has the pin that goes in one of the pocket screw holes, but still often end up with the parts slightly misaligned. I'm considering driving a couple pin nails before driving the screws. Any other ideas that won't leave telltale (albeit small) holes that have to be dealt with? Thanks again for the great format! Tim 2) Hey guys, I’ve been pondering the idea of adding a second smaller dust collector to my shop instead of upgrading to a 3 hp system fully piped to each machine. Currently I’m in a small basement shop that’s about 400 square foot. I have a HF dust collector with a cyclone and filter. I’ve piped it with 4” to the table saw, jointer, planer and miter saw. It’s not the best but it gets most of the chips from the planner and struggles with the other machines. My thought was to add a wall mounted dust collector to the table saw and the miter saw. Then leave the planer and jointer hooked up to the cycle dust collector. Curious how much of a difference a larger dust collector fully piped would make. Thanks, Jesse Huy 1) Hey Guys...Wondering if you could give us opinion of the Festool domino machine. Any tips and tricks you may have figured out? Can the cutters be resharpened? What size domino do you mainly use? Do you make your own dominoes vs. buying them? Just curious. - Dale 2) Hello gentlemen. First, thanks for your input w/r/t my belt sander question. I did keep it, and it saved me a bunch of elbow grease on an epoxy project. I’m kicking around the idea of installing a wood floor in my shop which is a 2 car garage with a concrete floor. I would frame it with 2x4 with plywood on top of those right over the concrete. Benefits include : - easier on my feet - save the edges of my dropped tools - be able to run electric & dust collection, among others. I can’t seem to find any drawbacks outside of the cost. What am I missing? For the record no cars park inside, and I do have large stationary tools including a table saw, 6” jointer, bandsaw etc. weight considerations? Should I use 2x6 instead? What about moisture possibly wicking up through the concrete? Thanks for the input and the great podcast. Mark Bett
53 min
Arc Junkies
Arc Junkies
Jason Becker
162. Being Resilient w/ Matt Adams of RedSoul
In this episode I am talking to Matt Adams the owner and operator of RedSoul based out of Seattle Washington. RedSoul’s metal art pieces have been on display in stores and restaurants such as Nordstrom’s and Starbucks. We talk about his journey into welding and the pieces he currently builds. Matt is truly an artist in every sense of the word and it shows in the pieces he produces. Artistic metalwork is just one more path that welding can lead you down. The possibilities in this trade are endless and today’s episode allows us to explore yet another journey. Learn more about RedSoul here: Follow RedSoul on Instagram: @redsoul_seattle Arc Junkies Website: www.arcjunkies.com Arc junkies Merch: https://shop.threadmob.com/arcjunkie/shop/home Friends of the Show: Everlast Welders Instagram: @everlastwelders YouTube: Everlast Welders Online: https://bit.ly/37xJstI Use Codeword ARCJUNKIES at checkout to get upgraded to a free Nova Foot Pedal and TIG Torch with the purchase of any machine that comes with a stock foot pedal and TIG Torch. Rockmount Research and Alloys, Inc. Rockmountwelding.com Instagram: @Rockmountwelding Up In Smoke Welding Apparel https://upinsmokewelding.com Instagram: @upinsmokeweldingapparel Strong Hand Tools Stronghandtool.com/arcjunkies Instagram @Strong_hand_tools AHP Welders Ahpwelders.com ISOTUNES: Instagram: @isotunesaudio Online: https://bit.ly/36s7aFj Use ARCJUNKIES10 at checkout and save $10 on your purchase SUM DUM Welders: Instagram: @sumdumwelderapparel Online: www.sumdumwelder.com Use ARCJUNKIES at checkout and save 15% off your entire order. Outlaw Leather Instagram: @outlawleatherusa Online: www.outlawleatherusa.com Use Codeword ARCJUNKIES at checkout and save 15% on your entire order. Arc Junkies Podcast: Instagram: @Arcjunkiespodcast TIKTOK: @Arcjunkiespod Email: Show@arcjunkies.com
1 hr 29 min
Another Woodshop Podcast
Another Woodshop Podcast
Another Woodshop Podcast
Episode 51: One More Than 50
Episode 51 - Mike had a rough week, working on the second bench, landed a mega job for a commercial company, and he's been getting slammed on Etsy. He’s also starting up some work on some future projects and is applying around with a new job management software. Dan is working on the Tetris shelf and is starting to put some finishing touches on the shelf including spraying, did some mudding with Max, and yelled at his neighbor. Pete helped get Emma’s YouTube channel, Tuned his CNC to get better results, started making trays and bowls from off cuts, finished a ton of cutting boards and listed them on Etsy, and spent a lot o time on clubhouse (the new social media app). Sponsor: MacBeath Hardwood https://www.instagram.com/macbeathhardwood/ https://www.macbeath.com/email-signup Sign up for Patreon for Early access, and special Patreon-only content: https://www.patreon.com/anotherwoodshoppodcast Voicemails: Adam Barnett Barnett Custom Woodworks What is the most ridiculous thing you had to tell a customer not to do with your product? Kevin Hopper’s woodworking Shop upgrades. What is a good upgrade for sanding/dust collection that I should think about investing into? Lee Regal street Any tips for opening an Etsy store? Moses Chosen Craft Co. Congrats on your 50, and 51, but are you doing anything for the 1 years episode 52? Nick Working Grain Putting together an entry bench and I need to cut dados but I’m not sure if I should use a router bit or a dado stack? Tyler Wooden Whiskers Trading Co. Glue up.  How would you limit glue getting left ft behind in crevasses? GAW: (Email to: AWPGiveaway@gmail.com) Oldies Oil and wood butter - Dark Sponsored by MacBeath Hardwood https://www.macbeath.com https://www.instagram.com/macbeathhardwood/ Winners: Hung Starbond Adhesives package 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 us all and the podcast on Instagram and YouTube! Podcast: https://www.instagram.com/anotherwoodshoppodcast/ https://www.youtube.com/anotherwoodshoppodcast https://www.etsy.com/shop/awpstore Dan: https://www.instagram.com/danieldunlap.woodworks/ https://www.youtube.com/danieldunlap  https://www.etsy.com/shop/ddwwstore Mike: https://www.instagram.com/coffeycustombuilds/ https://www.youtube.com/coffeycustombuilds https://www.etsy.com/shop/coffeycustombuilds Pete: https://www.instagram.com/ptreesworkshop/ https://www.youtube.com/ptreesworkshop https://www.etsy.com/shop/pTreesWorkShop Support the show (http://www.patreon.com/anotherwoodshoppodcast)
1 hr 7 min
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