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This podcast series is a look at furniture building from a veteran maker, designer, and author. The episodes are practical, philosophic, witty, and irreverent. Gary was a former contributing editor at Fine Woodworking Magazine, and founded The Northwest Woodworking Studio, A School for Woodworkers, in Portland, Oregon in 1997. He has no illusions about the value of this work in today’s culture of fast and furious and disposable. Making art, building furniture, is work that is useless and bea ...
 
Join us every week for woodworking inspiration and fun. Hosts John Doyle, Logan Wittmer, and Phil Huber from Woodsmith magazine share what they're working on, lessons learned, shop stories, and behind-the-scenes news at Woodsmith. Be on the lookout for special interviews and answers to listener questions. For more check out www.Woodsmith.com/podcasts.
 
For business owners who are CabinetMakers, Architectural Woodworkers Furniture Makers and Woodwork shop owners. Cabinet Maker Profit System is a resource that shows you how to work less and earn more. Listening here is how you "2x your Profits" and "2x your Time off". For tips, tricks and information on business building. Its not boring business talk- its real world info, podcasts, videos and articles just for trades pro's. Join the conversation at --> www.cabinetmakerprofitsystem.com
 
The Modern Woodworkers Association is a place for the online woodworking community to reinforce our online connections and create personal ones in local gatherings in many regions across the country.It is a place for woodworkers of all skill levels from professional to hobbyist to be able to share knowledge and learn form one another. The name Modern Woodworkers Association does not come from the fact that we are powertool users or for that matter handtool users but instead that we have all ...
 
We cover the business and marketing side of the sawmill, tree service, furniture making, Urban Wood, and woodworking industry. If you're a woodworker, sawmill owner, or any other entrepreneur and/or business owner in the wood industry, you need to check out this podcast. Each week, we interview business owners, large-scale companies, entrepreneurs, makers, and designers while also offering marketing and business advice that will help you grow your business and increase your profits. Tune in ...
 
The Woodshop 101 Podcast is geared towards the weekend woodworker providing tips, tricks, and laughs. The show is hosted by Jeremy Crawford, Drew Short, and Sam Wooddell. Collectively the three personalities work well together bringing different perspectives, levels of experience combined with funny stories to audiences each week. Every week they spotlight a different guest host, make product recommendations, talk about current projects, and answer audience questions. The show is informative ...
 
An audio show that talks about the joy of woodworking. Leh Meriwether, a full time lawyer and part owner of his own law firm, shares how he balances Work, Family, and Woodworking to build useful pieces of art that family and employees can use everyday. His work encompasses a variety of projects, including his children's furniture, dining tables, his desk at his office, and fancy pens that his own employees use to impress clients (just to name a few).
 
Mike Twohig is the owner of Edge Construction and has been building houses in Wisconsin for more than 22 years. He specializes in interior woodwork and bringing a new look into your home. Mike, his two sons Nick and Tom, and the rest of his crew do great work and they do it fast. They accomplish this by only using contractors that can keep to a strict schedule and do quality work and it shows! They now do the woodwork on more than half of the new homes built in Dane County every year. Join h ...
 
The Architectural Millwork podcast explores the woodwork industry from the perspective of Ryan Yurek who is learning his fathers business, 1st Choice Millworks. Episodes will range from discussions about the industry and challenges with this line of work to advice for those interested in purchasing millwork for their home.Podcast powered by Spreaker. Go to www.spreaker.com/create
 
Being a Mom, working or stay at home, comes with all sorts of tasks from diaper changes to helping with homework. Being a maker serves as a creative outlet for many busy Moms out there. This podcast brings their stories to you. How did they get started, why do they make, and how do they manage being a maker as well as a busy Mom? Every week I will bring you the story of a new Maker Mom.
 
Just two old friends catching up for your comedic relief every week. The show has no real direction, we'll be honest but it's full of laughs! Geep and Gam are men of the trade starting out as luthiers but currently Geep fixes antique funiture and Gam is a brewer at a local brewery. But more importantly the two are full of wacky life experiences, and ready to tell you all about them. Please join us and have a listen!
 
Are you new to the maker community? Are you a novice? Are you a veteran maker? Are you curious on how to get started in the community? This is the right place for you. On this show we will have guest makers that range from the seasoned maker to the newbie and everywhere in between. Every episode will be different and will have a topic based on our guest's expertise. We want to know what their experiences are and have been, when did they start? How did they start? What were their struggles? a ...
 
Sustaining Craft started in 2016, when Elizabeth Silverstein, a writer, found herself discouraged after a move and a divorce. To find a little encouragement for herself and others, she decided to talk to people building businesses in creative fields. Sustaining Craft morphed into a podcast format in 2018, and features artists and craftspeople from Arkansas, Canada, Colorado, and New Jersey.
 
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Links from this episode can be found here - http://www.shoptalklive.com Sign up for the Fine Woodworking weekly eLetter - https://www.finewoodworking.com/newsletter Sign up for a Fine Woodworking Unlimited membership - https://www.finewoodworking.com/unlimited Every two weeks, a team of Fine Woodworking staffers answers questions from readers on Sh…
 
On this episode we close out our 3-part series on the Bainbridge Artisan’s Resource Network or BARN for short. We are talking to Mary Anne a woodworker who works here at Barn we will talk about her experiences here as well as how she joined Barn in the first place.By Daniel Carter
 
On this episode of the Woodpreneur Podcast, we’re talking to former Marine, Aaron Weideman of Weideman Woodworks. At Weideman, they focus on creating and selling live edge countertops, tables, and also the niche style of Shou Sugi Ban furniture. Aaron began seeing traction in his business once he started posting his work to Instagram. The unique an…
 
SPONSOR: Learn Fusion 360 with my new online course Furniture Design in Fusion 360! Save 25% here: https://course.makeorbreakshop.com/?coupon=MOBS Topics 00:03:09 - Getting into Makign 00:07:00 - Mold making 00:09:21 - Working for CNC Shops 00:11:19 - Getting into 3D CAD 00:19:31 - Why Lars Likes Teaching 00:21:32 - Fusion 360 Tutorials on YouTube …
 
Nicole is a wife, mom, UX designer by day and woodworker by night. Nicole describes herself as being creative even as a child and really being drawn to the arts. She followed her artistic passion and went into UX and product design professionally. Then, when she was six months pregnant she tackled her first woodworking project by making an infinity…
 
This week Jimmy Diresta, Bob Clagett and David Picciuto talk about coding, person as product and iteration. What We're Working On Jimmy Diresta: Still on set for a TV show David Picciuto: Working on the dog bed and wedding rings Bob Clagett: Building a walk-in closet, spent some time coding Links: Workshop for Warriors What we're watching: David's …
 
Barbie the welder is an American metal sculptor. She grew up in New York, learning from her parents the art of being able to make or fix something yourself. She started her career in welding after finding inspiration from the film Cast Away. Barbie started her welding career working for a manufacturer as a sheet metal fabricator and welder. After w…
 
Episode 32 - Dan finished some barnwood doors, made a keyboard rest, and went camping, Pete designed some more battery and tool holders, learned how to and how not to apply india ink, Mike went full steam into learning the CNC, and started work on the beautiful redwood slabs for a bench. Sponsor: MIRKA!! https://www.mirka.com https://www.instagram.…
 
SPONSOR: Learn Fusion 360 with my new online course Furniture Design in Fusion 360! Save 25% here: https://course.makeorbreakshop.com/?coupon=MOBS Topics 00:01:35 - The vision of Inventables 00:04:16 - Changes from X-Carve to X-Carve Pro 00:09:41 - First impressions 00:10:56 - What people are making 00:12:51 - Tiling in Easel Pro 00:15:01 - Impact …
 
Tiff is a wife, mom of twins, graphic designer by day and wood designer by night. Tiff has always had a love for the creative and went to school for art and graphic design. She has done several different things creatively in her work and hobbies. She started designing and carving wood creations as an outlet after her twins went to bed. Tiff special…
 
This week we are discussing the in’s and out’s of podcasting with our guest Grant from @the_grant_alexander Maker Shout out: @binks_wood_shop, @troythemaker, and @wildly_capable_carpentry Makers Mentioned @davidszweduik @brudaddy @handmadebyvincentfarrari @peterbrownwastaken @makermackey @MorleyKert @CreativeWardGallery @komarproject --- This episo…
 
This week Jimmy Diresta, Bob Clagett and David Picciuto talk about social media. What We're Working On Jimmy Diresta: Still filming in California David Picciuto: Making new rings for this year, working on a pet bed invention Bob Clagett: Taking a break this week, working on a renovation for next week What we're watching: David's Pick of the Week: C…
 
On this episode of the Woodpreneur Podcast, we’re talking to wood crafter, Ryan Hawkins of West Coast Boards. West Coast Boards specializes in creating unique cutting boards that are personally made for each customer. Ryan began by being introduced to woodworking at the age of 19 while he was at trade school. The first piece Ryan ever made was a so…
 
Alicia has been making since she can remember, and welding since she was about 10. When an event took her out of the more traditional university for a while, at the suggestion of family, she took a welding class to keep her hands busy and continue learning. From there she was recruited for her skills into the welding industry. Now, she works with h…
 
Preshow Live: https://youtu.be/UstzW0fejfg Name: Flip-Top Dust Collection Episode 32 - Nick Key is here!!! Kick wrapped up an up-side-down stool make out of old kentucky fencing, Dan did some shop organization and set up his new Laguna Bandsaw, Pete did some design work in Fusion and printed a ton of new tools, Mike finished his dust collection and…
 
WARNING! Serious Topic ahead. On this episode we celebrate our 20th show and our 1000 downloads. Then we get serious on the topic of dealing with depression. We discuss my battles with depression and how I am figuring myself out.Maker Shout Out: @DadCaveCreations and @BareFootFinnMaker Mention:@handmadebyvincentferrari--- This episode is sponsored …
 
This week Jimmy Diresta, Bob Clagett, and David Picciuto talk about what’s in your go-bag for a 1-month trip. What We're Working On Jimmy Diresta: In Burbank for shooting Making It (the tv show) David Picciuto: Making new wedding rings, editing two videos Bob Clagett: Made a Star Wars inspired server rack Links: V-Mic D4 Duo What we're watching: Da…
 
Gbeke is a wife, mom of two young kiddos, works fully time in IT and runs a DIY home improvement blog called Simplicity for Designs. Gbeke always had an interest in design and art as a child and that really came in handy after her and her husband built their first home together. Due to budget restrictions, some of the upgrades in design that she wa…
 
On this episode of the Woodpreneur Podcast, we’re talking to wood worker, Mark Peacock of Deer River Craftsman. Deer River Craftsman focuses on designing, creating and selling custom furniture. Mark began by first making personal pieces followed by commissioned work for friends and family which lead to him expanding his services to everyone. Mark h…
 
Sami works full time as a content creator for Avid CNC while also running a side business, Maoke Made, a feminist fabrication company, AND designing and making her own furniture. Bored is one thing Sami is not! She grew up in the Silicon Valley and went to art school in Georgia where she studied sculpture with a focus in digital fabrication. After …
 
Episode 31 - The boys are together in person!!! We’re all at Mike’s house in Cali. Dan is working on barn wood doors, Pete is sharpening all his tools, and Mike is redoing all of the dust collection in the shop to 8 inch runs. Pete helped mike with all the work and Dan made sure it was all done correctly by supervising. Actual footage of the guys m…
 
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