Episode 055: Community

We want to thank our top Patrons on Patreon: Jameson Elam, Stu Morrison, Scott McWilliams, Elliot Trent, Michael Schuler, Matt Kummell, Ty Moser, New England Woodworking Studio, Glen Vajcner, and Adam Zawalich!  You too can support the show by purchasing a T-Shirt, donating, or become a monthly patron as well.  If you choose to become a patron you can get the show’s pre-release, a sticker, or other rewards based on the level you choose.

Thanks to Marshall Toy, Scott Haun, Sebastian Ollari, Justin Capogna, Matt Cremona, Nick Carruthers, Robert Bakie, Tim Holiner, Dave Bebee, Brodie Brickey, Modern Builds (Mike Montgomery), Eric Burke, Christopher Pickslay, JM Tosses, Terry Mulligan, Michael Brindle, Eric Schneider, Joe Pierce, Joshua Luthor, Kyle Walker, Daniel Mendoza, Michael Jeffcoat, Woodshop 101 Podcast, and Kyle Thomas for your support on Patreon as well.

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What’s Going On In The Shop

Kyle – Put out the sign and segmented wine bottle video, two table tops for a client to sit on steel bases, still working on the 100 tap handles.  Made a trophy for a winery, started on 2 book cases.

Sean – Delivered the Shoe Bench, rearranged the shop, made a shorts bin, and published the shoe bench video.

 

Brian – Fully moved in to the shop and all wired up. 

 

Main Topic – The Community

Sean’s definition of Community – A group’s best collaborative effort to achieve a common goal.

Tim Webster – Twitter, Instagram

Gib Clarke – Twitter, Instagram, YouTube

Mark Saunders

Jameson and Kat Elam – Twitter, Instagram

Guest Question:

David Gunn – How to stay focused on one project at a time. Check out David on YouTube.

Listener Questions, Email, and Comments:

Tawnya Rhib – Hey guys,
First off I want to thank you for not butchering my name while reading my review (I’m T. Rhib).
I really appreciate the time you all take to make the podcast and put YouTube videos out as it’s really helping me learn more.  I’m a beginner and started making some furniture to furnish my house and am hoping to one day be half as good as you three.
I have two questions, one about wet sand paper.  I recently saw wet sand paper at Rockler and was wondering when would wet sand paper be used and do you guys use it?  My guess was it would be used between finishing coats but thought I should ask before testing.
My second question is about table saw blades.  I was given a Ryobi BT3000 contractor table saw by my in-laws and I know this blade needs to be replaced.  Its looking pretty rusty and I’ve only used it to cut pine and plywood (like I said, beginner).  I’d like to upgrade the blade so I could start working with hardwood and was wondering which blade I should get. I was looking at Rockler’s “red blades” and there’s quite a bit to choose from.  The only things in the works right now are a dining room table and some built ins around my fireplace.
Thank you in advance, your advise is greatly appreciated.  You guys are rock stars!
Tawnya Rhib

iTunes Ratings

Kash Hasemeyer – Must listen to Podcast – 5 Stars – Great Podcast, Educational and Entertaining.

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Author: Spunjin

I am a woodworker, maker, and DIY enthusiast.

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