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What’s Going On In The Shop
Kyle – Turned vase 95. Made some Tap Handles. Filmed a video for TurboTax. Made a video on making riser blocks for the lathe head and tail stocks.
Sean – Pattern routed one side of the headboard crest rail. Finished the turning saw. Cut some dovetails and worked on cleaning up an old back saw. Made a glow stick lightsaber handle for a friend’s daughter and released the video.
Brian – Practiced a small segmented turned bowl. Got a commission for a huge Padauk slab coffee table, worked on cleaning up the hall table in preparation for stain and finish.
Main Topic – What do we watch, read, and listen to in order to gain knowledge or pass the time. Links to the following sources we mentioned are below.
Kyle – YouTube: Jay Bates
Audio books: When I Stop Talking, You’ll Know I’m Dead by Jerry Weintraub, Rich Cohen, George Clooney (foreword)
Podcasts: Smart Passive Income, and other woodworking podcasts
Listener Questions, Email, and Comments
Stu Morrison – Hey guys,
What are your views on CNC routers in traditional wood shops and would you consider this kind of tool (CNC router/ laser) to be a help or a hindrance to your work flow? I have been binge listening to the show over the past few days and I’m hearing at least one thing during each show that makes me want to go check out what you’re doing on each of your individual pages. Think there might be a collective Facebook page for the show where I could look at all of it at once in the future?
Davis Farris – Hey Sean, Kyle, and Brian,
I love listening to the show. Great content and I always seem to learn something.
I have a question for Brian. Where’s the complete guitar?!?! I’m dying. I mean, I that’s how I found you in YouTube, looking for guitar builds, and I was so excited. Then, I was let down. Alright, alright, alright, maybe I’ve gone overboard. But seriously, I’d like to even see some shots of the finished product if video is out of the question. If Brian didn’t mention the harbor freight rasps I probably would have forgot.
Regardless, I’ll still watch and follow each of you and continue listening to The Dusty Life. Keep on living the dusty life!
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Ms0099rg – 5 Stars – Holy Balls!! Great Podcast! – Holy Balls!! Kyle, how did I not know about this podcast until recently!! These guys are great. You get the best of all stages of woodworking. Hobbyist, part-time, to full-time. Guys, keep up the great work! So much to learn from these guys. Thanks for this fun/knowledgeable podcast! Matt Sosnowski
ZeroThreeQuarter – 5 Stars – Best New Woodworking Podcast Bar None – Seems a crop of woodworking podcasts have launched as of late, The Dusty Life is bar none the best of them lately! Great hosts, not a lot of wandering/going off topic, solid topics, great pointers, info, and a variety of opinions. Keep up the good work! This is definitely a podcast I look forward to on a weekly basis. ZeroThreeQuarter
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