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42 minutes | 7 days ago
ShopNotes Podcast E045: CNC Machines & Woodworking
On this episode of the ShopNotes Podcast brought to you by Inventables and the X-Carve Pro, Phil and Logan welcome special guest Chris Fitch. Chris is the Creative Director at Woodsmith Magazine and star of the Woodsmith Shop Tv Show. Chris recently designed and built a router powered CNC for Woodsmith Magazine. The guys discuss this project, as well as, how a CNC can fit into a woodworking shop.
38 minutes | 14 days ago
ShopNotes Podcast E044: Sharpening
47 minutes | 21 days ago
ShopNotes Podcast E043: Woodworking Insurance
On this episode of the ShopNotes Podcast, Logan, Phil, and John discuss the topic of property and liability insurance for yourself or workshop. Woodworking is an inherently dangerous activity, so accidents and disasters can happen. You want to make sure that your tools and buildings are covered, so whether you are a hobbyist or professional woodworkers, the guys present some strategies and prospects to do that. If you have any questions or information on this topic, please let us know so we can follow up on this topic.
41 minutes | a month ago
ShopNotes Podcast 42: What's Phil Working On?
On this episode of the ShopNotes Podcast, Phil and the guys give an update on some of the recent projects they have been working on.
53 minutes | a month ago
ShopNotes Podcast 041: Bucket List Projects
On this episode of the ShopNotes Podcast, Logan, Phil and John talk about some of the projects and woodworking techniques that they have on their wish list.
41 minutes | a month ago
ShopNotes Podcast E040: "Vegan" Woodworking
In this episode of the ShopNotes, Logan, Dillon, and Phil discuss the idea of only working with softwoods and both the challenges and positives of this endeavor.
57 minutes | 2 months ago
ShopNotes Podcast E039: If It's Not Wood, What Is It?
In this episode of the ShopNotes Podcast, John, Logan and Phil discuss using materials other than wood. Plus, some of the traditional and non-traditional tools that they like to keep handy in the shop for special circumstances.
40 minutes | 2 months ago
ShopNotes Podcast E037: Improvisational Woodworking
When you're designing and building woodworking projects sometimes you have to improvise and change things on the fly. On this episode of the ShopNotes Podcast, John, Logan, and Phil discuss when you have to deviate from the plans, and what is the driving force behind that.
46 minutes | 2 months ago
ShopNotes Podcast E036: The Extemporaneous Episode
On this episode of the ShopNotes Podcast brought to you by GarrettWade.com, John, Logan, and Phil all get back together for the first time in a couple weeks to do a little freestyle discussion on Logan's current side hustle, lumber milling, and everything else that is new.
65 minutes | 3 months ago
ShopNotes Podcast E035: Interview with Matt Kenney
34 minutes | 3 months ago
ShopNotes Podcast E034: You Gonna Paint That?
In this episode of the ShopNotes Podcast, Phil and John discuss some of the nuances of painting woodworking projects. They also hit on some serious topics like "What was your favorite and/or memorable school lunches?"
37 minutes | 3 months ago
ShopNotes Podcast E033: What Makes You Happy In the Shop?
A few weeks ago we had a podcast titled "What Grinds Your Chisel?" This week we want to contrast that with an episode about all the little joys of woodworking.... From a new tool to a freshly sharpened blade, a perfect glue up or even a satisfying assembly - there is so much to be happy about in the wood shop.
36 minutes | 3 months ago
ShopNotes Podcast E032: Opportunistic Woodworking
On this episode of the ShopNotes Podcast, John, Logan, and Phil discuss the derecho weather phenomenon that recently went through Iowa, and woodworking with found wood.
44 minutes | 4 months ago
ShopNotes Podcast E031: Listener Comments and More
In this episode of the ShopNotes Podcast, the guys discuss some comments that they've received from listeners and viewers.
48 minutes | 4 months ago
ShopNotes Podcast E030: What Grinds Your Chisels?
Logan, John, and Phil share their struggles with woodworking. Miters, anyone? Logan loves the metric system and Phil could stand a little more love and acceptance.
46 minutes | 4 months ago
ShopNotes Podcast E028: What Kind of Woodworker Are You?
On this episode of the ShopNotes Podcast, John, Logan, and Phil answer the question "What kind of woodworker are you?" The discussion centers around what types of projects do we build, what tools do we use, what is our woodworking style? Plus, we discuss some of the projects in the most recent issue of Woodsmith Magazine and what is coming up in the next issue.
42 minutes | 5 months ago
ShopNotes Podcast E027: Shop Critters & New Tools
On this episode of the ShopNotes Podcast, John, Logan, and Phil talk about a potpourri of topics... from what strange critters they have found in their shops, to new tool purchases, and what projects they are working on in their shops.
32 minutes | 5 months ago
ShopNotes Podcast E026: Workshop Update
In this episode, Phil and Logan are joined by shop craftsman Marc Hopkins and designer Dillon Baker. During the quarantine, they've still been hard at work in the Woodsmith magazine shop designing and building for both Woodsmith and Popular Woodworking.NOTE: sometimes the interest can be a cruel mistress. In this episode, Marc's audio didn't work as well as it should have. You have been warned.
41 minutes | 5 months ago
ShopNotes Podcast E025: Woodworking Jigs
On this episode of the ShopNotes Podcast, Logan, John, and Phil talk about woodworking jigs. What jigs do we have for specific projects or woodworking techniques? Do we keep our jigs and templates when we are done with a project and for how long? What are our favorite materials and hardware to use for jig building? Is Logan drinking a new root beer? These are all burning questions that you can find out when you tune in to the ShopNotes Podcast.
48 minutes | 5 months ago
ShopNotes Podcast E024: Lively Live Edge Discussion
Join hosts John, Logan, and Phil as they discuss the opportunities and pitfalls that live edge boards offer. The conversation follows the history of live edge work from George Nakashima to epoxy river tables. The cast also talk about how other woodworking techniques apply to this popular form of woodworking projects. There's a lot to take in.
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