Episode 071: In Too Deep

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What’s Going On In The Shop

Kyle – Finished up the table with the wood skirt and made a couple coffee mugs.

Sean – Applied finish to the mantle, recovered from the flu, had a flood in the house, planted the garden.

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Brian – Finished the doors, starting on some refinish work.

Main Topic – In over your head.

Guest Question: 

 AJ DeSantis – How do you teach yourself furniture making?  Classes, workshops, reading, etc.?  Follow AJ on Instagram, Twitter, and check out his website.

                                                                                                                                                                                                     Listener Questions, Email, and Comments:

David Boardman – Hey guys!

First, love the show, I listen to and from my trips to the lumber yard and hardware store every week!
The freshest thing in my mind to write about was the episode I listened to today which was the Q&A episode.  Someone asked about insurance and since I just went through that process I thought I would let you in on what I have now.  I just moved my shop out of my basement and into a commercial building after working full time out of my basement for a year and part time for two more.  While in the basement I did not carry any insurance on the shop other than homeowners.  I contacted my insurance provider about getting a policy and while they did offer it it wasn’t necessary if all you were interested in was full lose.  This means if say your shop caught on fire and burned your whole home down, the tools would be covered under the umbrella of the amount you had your home insured for.  All I ended up doing was buying extra coverage for my home to cover the added cost of the tools.
Now the coverage for my new shop.  I called around and got a couple quotes but I ended up using Farmers (which is funny as you guys made the farmers slogan sound in the podcast).  They are basically acting as a broker as the actual insurance is through someone else.  The policy I ended up with covers my tools (100k) overkill, the building (100k), faulty building (500k), and myself (100k).  The policy runs $100 a month, which I thought was very reasonable.  The faulty building was a huge bonus as it covers me if I build something and it causes damage to others or their home.

Also to what Haunmade was talking about with the wait list.  I get that all the time.  I have 12 week wait, I lose at least one sell a week because of that wait.  I used to just try and fit people who needed things sooner into the mix but what I found is the people who are in a huge rush don’t appreciate handmade, they are likely just trying to find a style they like cheaper than what they could find elsewhere (like pottery barn and such).  I honestly don’t mind now just saying I’m sorry that’s my wait it is what it is.  I like having a wait list as that is my job security knowing I have 12 weeks to find more work if it slowed.  So what it really boils down to is this, there are two kinds of people it’s better NOT to do business with, people in a rush and people on a tight budget, both will expect more than what they are paying for let the weekend warriors and the Facebook builders build their furniture..
keep up the awesome-sause you guys are putting out!
David
Richard Miller – Hey, gang — love the show!

I live in humid central Florida. A relative who lives in super-dry Las Vegas wants a cutting board. I’m concerned that it’s going to self-destruct when I send it there.
I thought about putting it in the oven for a while before oiling it, but I’m not sure that’s such a hot idea (no pun intended).
Any recommendations?
Thanks,
Richard in Florida
PS: I thought about writing you guys a sonnet as an iTunes review like I did for the Wood Talk guys, but I don’t want Kyle to hate me.
Mike – Hey guys I love the podcast. I am one of few people, at least I assume, listening to the podcast who is not a woodworker, at least not yet. I work for a major insurance carrier and asked around to get some opinions relating to the insurance question you got last week. In the purest and simplest terms Sean is correct, if you run a business out of your home your home owners insurance would not cover equipment, products, or materials associated with your business in the event of a claim. However, there is a fine line between a “hobby” and a “business”. For people like Brian and Kyle they would definitely want business insurance as this is a full time job. Anyone who has filed their business with the state should consider adding business coverage as well. If it is such a small amount that you aren’t claiming the income on your taxes then it’s probably not something to worry about. If you have a claim maybe avoid telling the adjuster about your business or business income, remember it’s a hobby. And as any insurance/safety nerd will tell you, you should verify this with an insurance broker in your area who is familiar with this type of business. Keep the great shows coming.

Mike

iTunes Reviews

 ScooterRon – Great Podcast – 5 stars – Great podcast with awesome information.  Keep up the good work.
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Episode 070: Questions Answered

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What’s Going On In The Shop

Kyle – Went on a 4 day rafting trip.

Sean – Got the flu.

Brian – More door work.

Main Topic – Q & A

Guest Question: 

Scott Haun – What do you do about your wait list for client work and how do you keep clients on it?  Follow Scott on Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Listener Questions, Email, and Comments:

Dobry Kolacz – What is one video you really enjoyed that you feel didn’t get enough attention?

Sean – The Idiot Stick

Kyle – Walnut and Copper Staircase

Brian – Streets of New York

Brodie Brickey – Do you group your machines in a specific way? Kyle mentioned before that if he could do it again, he would have multiple DCs for cost reasons. Any other things you or he would change?

Adam Beasley – What “Maker” skill would you want to pick up next if cost or time wasn’t a factor?  I would choose welding.

Caleb Harris – If you had to get rid of two woodworking machines from your shop, what would they be?  What’s a project you’ve done you never want to do again and why?  What question you wish people would ask you?

Geoff Oster – What type of glue do you use when veneering?

iTunes Reviews

JeffBull-2789462850 – Great Content and a lot of heart – 5 stars – This podcast is both informative and insightful.  I love listening to it while working in the shop.  Great stuff. PS, Dear Kyle: Last episode you said “bring it on”.  Ahem.  The illustritive illusionist illustrated illogically illiterate alliterations. 🙂

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Episode 069: Get Schooled

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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, Eric Schneider, Joe Pierce, Kyle Walker, Daniel Mendoza, Michael Jeffcoat, Kyle Thomas, Bruce Cooper, Steve Avery, Matthew Vitale, Matt Parker, Alex Garcia, Tim Marquart, Charles Alm, Chris Shanor, and Stian Johannessen for your support on Patreon as well.

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What’s Going On In The Shop

Kyle – Finished the bar, made some wine bottle balancers, and started making the 100th vase.

Sean – Made a raised bed garden for the wife.

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Brian – Working on the doors and having a great time.

Main Topic – Staying in school

Guest Question: 

Listener Questions, Email, and Comments:

Dan Howard – First off, great podcast! I have been binge listening to get caught up…

Brian  I just wish I would have discovered it sooner as I just moved from my townhouse basement workshop in Baltimore as well, except I landed in Northeast PA.

To get to my questions: 1.) I was gifted two cherry burls, one is small that I will turn into a bowl, the other is 3ft wide and

2ft tall, any recommendations what I should do with this? Also, how should I handle them, should I allow them to dry out prior to working with them? 2.) where do you source your West Systems Epoxy and what type of hardener do you use? I have not been able to find it in rural PA (the price seems steep from what I found online).

I appreciate what you three are doing and keep up the great work!

iTunes Reviews

JeffBull-2789462850 – Great Content and a lot of heart – 5 stars – This podcast is both informative and insightful.  I love listening to it while working in the shop.  Great stuff. PS, Dear Kyle: Last episode you said “bring it on”.  Ahem.  The illustritive illusionist illustrated illogically illiterate alliterations. 🙂

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Episode 068: Mental Health Maintenance

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We want to thank our top Patrons on Patreon: Jameson Elam, Stu Morrison, Scott McWilliams, Elliot Trent, Ty Moser, New England Woodworking Studio, Glen Vajcner, Adam Zawalich, Nick Hinson, and Dave Barlow!  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, Eric Schneider, Joe Pierce, Kyle Walker, Daniel Mendoza, Michael Jeffcoat, Kyle Thomas, Bruce Cooper, Steve Avery, Matthew Vitale, Matt Parker, Alex Garcia, Tim Marquart, Charles Alm, Chris Shanor, and Stian Johannessen for your support on Patreon as well.

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What’s Going On In The Shop

Kyle – Finishing up the bar and some mugs.

Sean – Finishing up the Mantle and ready for installation.

Brian – Finished the trestle table and video.  Delivering the table to the house in VA.

Main Topic – Maintaining good mental health.

Recommended Book – The Road Less Traveled, M Scott Peck, M.D.

Guest Question: 

Mike (Leatherneck Garage) – How to raise awareness for We Make Makers?  Check out the Kickstarter, the Instagram page, and the Facebook page.

Listener Questions, Email, and Comments:

Poll results – 64% Refrigerator, 21% Big Screen TV, 8% Kegerator, 7% Fog machine

Kyle Thomas – I’m building a Roubo style workbench in the near future and I’m getting plans together.  First, split top vs solid top.  If I go with a split top, how are the insides of the tops supported? Stretchers and aprons under the tops?  Second, how much overhang do I need on either end?  Usually on the leg vice side the overhang is much shorter than the tail vice side.  It’ll be about 6′ long.  Thanks for any help guys!

Ron Baker – Hey Brian,
(repeating my comment on YouTube)
Thanks for the great shows.
Have you investigated any more into the depth of cut issue on the mega dado/box joint sled?
My guess is it is problem with the key, but you would have to make some careful measurements. Maybe the hot glue doesn’t give a consistent offset depth.
Another possibility is that the screws attaching the fence spread the plies a few microns.
Drill couple of holes in the sled deck and measure the distance to the top of the saw table.
I would love to hear a follow up on the Dusty Life Podcast .
I hope you get those internet issues ironed out so you don’t miss any more shows.
All the best.

Dobry Kolacz – What’s a tool or technique that you’ve acquired that completely changed or enhanced the way you do or go about doing a thing?

iTunes Ratings

None…

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Episode 066: Scheduling Conundrum

We want to thank our top Patrons on Patreon: Jameson Elam, Stu Morrison, Scott McWilliams, Elliot Trent, Ty Moser, New England Woodworking Studio, Glen Vajcner, Adam Zawalich, Nick Hinson, and Dave Barlow!  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, Matt Kummell, Robert Bakie, Tim Holiner, Dave Bebee, Brodie Brickey, Modern Builds (Mike Montgomery), Eric Burke, Christopher Pickslay, JM Tosses, Terry Mulligan, Eric Schneider, Joe Pierce, Kyle Walker, Daniel Mendoza, Michael Jeffcoat, Kyle Thomas, Bruce Cooper, Steve Avery, Matthew Vitale, Matt Parker, Alex Garcia, Tim Marquart, and Charles Alm for your support on Patreon as well.

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What’s Going On In The Shop

Kyle – Finished a floating bowl and 100 tap handles.

Sean – Finished the chair for the 3 power tool challenge.

Brian – Working on a table and the doors.

Main Topic – How Our Schedules Have Changed

Guest Question: 

Ty Moser – What are the pros and cons of content creation?  Do you grow in your own work?

Listener Questions, Email, and Comments:

Joe Pierce – Since last weeks episode didn’t have any emails for Sean to read, I’ll try to help.

My next project is to build a 6 person dining table from pecan, I have way more than I will need for the project and it is all 5/4 rough sawn. I’m not entirely sure how the base is going to look, but I’m thinking trestle or some variation.
Do you dusty guys have and tips or hints to help me out in my first large table endeavor?
Thanks

Rebecca Orange – Hey guys,

I am employed full time and plan to continue my day job until its time to retire. I have become ever more obsessed with woodworking and learning as much as possible for the last year and a half. I very much want to sell projects on the side to help supplement buying all the best tools and having some extra cash. What concerns me is the few people out there who are sue happy and the potential of losing money in a lawsuit. What is your opinion on LLC, INC, etc.(I don’t know the difference)? Also is LLC even something I should be doing as I don’t plan to be a factory pumping out items, I still want to keep the enjoyment, just selling a few items here and there. Does this make sense for tax purposes as well? Will I end up having to pay more taxes than what I make if I am not selling items?? I greatly appreciate your help and advice!
Thanks,
Rebecca Naranjo ( a fellow Temecula woodworker!!)
iTunes Ratings

None…

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Episode 065: Problematic Past Projects

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What’s Going On In The Shop

Kyle – 100 tap handles, a segmented bowl.

Sean – Started the chair for the 3 power tool challenge.

Brian – Working on the doors to match the credenzas.

Main Topic – When a client reports a problem with a commissioned piece

Guest Question: 

AJ – How to manage time for client work and personal projects.

Listener Questions, Email, and Comments:

None…

iTunes Ratings

Bninne – BN Woodworks – 5 Stars – You guys are my go to woodworking podcast.  Entertaining and educational.

PyroManiacMidget – Less than 10 – 5 Stars – Really like it.  3 times the viewpoints.

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Episode 064: Get More Clients

We want to thank our top Patrons on Patreon: Jameson Elam, Stu Morrison, Scott McWilliams, Elliot Trent, Ty Moser, New England Woodworking Studio, Glen Vajcner, Adam Zawalich, Nick Hinson, and Dave Barlow!  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, Matt Kummell, Robert Bakie, Tim Holiner, Dave Bebee, Brodie Brickey, Modern Builds (Mike Montgomery), Eric Burke, Christopher Pickslay, JM Tosses, Terry Mulligan, Eric Schneider, Joe Pierce, Kyle Walker, Daniel Mendoza, Michael Jeffcoat, Kyle Thomas, Bruce Cooper, Steve Avery, Matthew Vitale, Matt Parker, and Alex Garcia for your support on Patreon as well.

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What’s Going On In The Shop

Kyle – Making a bunch of reclaimed wood table tops for a restaurant.  Started on more tap handles.

Sean – The bed is done.  Starting on a pair of book cases and a barnwood mantle.

Brian – Finished a walnut extension table.  Working on the doors to match the credenzas.

Main Topic –

Guest Question: 

AJ – New projects that test skills for clients.

Listener Questions, Email, and Comments:

Johnny – Gentlemen,

Good afternoon. I’m listing to Episode 62. It’s a great discussion on potential pitfalls to be aware of.
I particularly liked the discussion of using materials provided by customers.
Regarding customer supplied materials, in addition to all of the points you brought up, you should also remember profit. I know that I figure profit as a percentage of total cost. I’m assuming this is true for most woodworkers who price their work (rather than hobbyists who guess at their pricing). This relates to customer supplied materials in that you should be making profit on the cost of the materials. Even when the customer supplies them, you should know their cost and include the profit on that cost in your price.
If you calculate overhead as a percentage of cost, it’s even more important to make sure you include the overhead on customer supplied materials. I calculate overhead based on man hours, not total cost, so I don’t have to consider this when dealing with customer supplied materials.
I hope this is helpful.
Keep up the good show.

Matt –

 

iTunes Ratings

Kash472 – Great podcast – 5 Stars – Definitely one to listen to!  Keep up the great work.

 

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