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What’s Going On In The Shop
Kyle – Finished the walnut wine trophy, made a desk out of Doug fir and iron pipe for a friend, made a video on the table saw jug for cutting a bevel on the underside of a round panel, working on 2 bookcases out of Chestnut and hickory.
Sean – Organized and cleaned up the shop a bit more. Made a bed rail for a friend’s bunk bed, finished up tw0 4 x 8 bulletin boards for a school, made a couple tape dispensers and a video on them.
Brian – Working on a table, setting up DC, and set up a heater in the shop.
Main Topic – Our Recording Equipment
Kevin – Should I get a compound miter saw or contractor table saw for my 8 x 10 workshop?
Answers: Kyle – Miter Saw and Festool Track Saw; Sean – Contractor Table Saw and Jig or Hand Saw; Brian – Hybrid Table Saw and Festool HK55 Circular Saw and Guide
Check out Adam’s shop at LazyGuyDIY.com
Listener Questions, Email, and Comments:
Joe Pierce – First of all, I love the podcast. I just finished episode 55 and I can’t agree more about how difficult it is to edit videos without a computer. I just started making videos a few months back, and my computer is really old and can’t handle video editing. So I’m forced to film and edit everything on my iPhone, and a few of my videos are up to 20 minutes long. It’s good to know that some of you guys started that way and now have thousands of subscribers, it gives me something to strive for.
Thanks, and keep up the good work.
Dyami Plotke – How do you deal with soreness that comes with repetitive tasks like milling and sanding?
Sean’s answer – 1) Defy time and stop aging. 2) If step 1 is not possible, then go to a gym and sign up for an aqua aerobics class.
@merulloshop – Totally unlike The View – 5 Stars – I first heard about these guys at the Making It 100 event and got to see them record live and I’ve been listening to them ever since. You know that show The View where those four ladies yack about dumb stuff on TV? Well, imagine The View only instead of ladies it’s bearded dudes (I don’t know if they all have beards but I’d bet money on it) and instead of yammering on about whatever those ladies yammer on about these dudes talk about woodworking and tools and shops and stuff. And it’s not on TV, it’s a Podcast. And there aren’t any commercials. Come to think of it, it’s nothing like The View at all. In fact, I’m not even sure I’ve seen The View. Is The View still even on? Was that the show with Whoppi Goldberg? Who the hell knows, it’s probably a dumb show anyway. Unlike this podcast, which is awesome and you should totally listen to it if your life involves making sawdust. Holy crap! Now I get the meaning of the show’s name! Anyway, check these guys out because they are smart and funny and interesting and they talk about table saws, unlike the ladies on The View, who are none of those things.
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