Tag: WOOD Magazine

Weekend with WOOD 2013 – George Vondriska

June 30, 20132 Comments

One more trip back to Des Moines Iowa for the 2013 Weekend with WOOD conference. Today’s episode features a class taught by George Vondriska titled “Logs to lumber”. Wondering what the class was all about? The title isn’t a funny play on words, the class was literally a lesson on how to take small to […]

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Weekend with WOOD 2013 – Gary Rogowski

June 24, 20132 Comments

Another trip back to Des Moines, Iowa this week. The ‘Weekend with WOOD‘ conference was a wealth of information for all the attendees, especially myself. High on my list of classes were anything that had to do with finishing. When I saw Gary Rogowski was to be teaching a finishing class I knew I had […]

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Weekend with WOOD 2013 – The Montage

June 10, 20133 Comments

This week I’m on vacation with the family and I thought it would be the perfect time to share some of the footage I recorded at the 1st ever Weekend with WOOD earlier this year. There’s 5 videos in total, starting today with a little montage featuring the location of the conference and some of […]

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The Review Show No. 15 “9 Essential Woodworking Joints with Craig Ruegsegger”

May 29, 20130 Comments

Title: 9 Essential Woodworking Joints with Craig Ruegsegger Run Time: 93 Minutes Production Date: 2011 Produced By: WOOD Magazine Price: $19.95 DVD/$15.95 Download From the Back of the Case In this video you’ll learn: How to properly drill a screw joint and then hide it Accurate miter cutting methods (and three ways of reinforcing them) […]

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Question the WOOD Magazine Editors?

May 10, 20132 Comments

I’m only a few days away from heading to Des Moines for the first ever “Weekend With WOOD“. I love the idea that a magazine I’m already a fan of is opening their doors and welcoming attendees to a jam-packed event where you’ll learn so much from some amazing instructors. I’ll definitely be sharing as […]

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I’m Going to the Weekend With WOOD Event ARE YOU?

March 1, 20130 Comments

If you haven’t heard about the “Weekend with WOOD” event coming up the weekend of May 17-19, 2013 you may still have time to snag a seat…maybe even right next to me! This is a limited seat woodworking event being put on by the staff of WOOD Magazine and it looks like it’s going to […]

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Wood Talk Online No. 118

January 24, 20130 Comments

On today’s show, we’re talking about breaking down plywood, shapton glass stones, adapting festool hoses, some hand plane talk, and Kickstarter. What’s on the bench? Shannon scrap wood chair? Matt cold weather glue-up and Craigslist scammer buster? Marc delivered bed, writing new book. Poll of the Week Do you like Red Oak? 1000 votes 40% […]

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Shop quick tip and announcement

September 9, 20120 Comments

Great news! That momentary interruption I was talking about is coming to an end sooner than I anticipated. The adjustment to the new school year is going great and we’re practically back to a regular schedule. So this means it’s time for me to get off my butt and start producing new content. A new […]

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The Review Show No. 9 “Pick and Prep Lumber for Better Projects”

August 13, 20120 Comments

Title: Pick and Prep Lumber for Better Projects Run Time: 51 minutes Production Date: 2011 Produced By: WOOD Magazine Price: $19.95 US Buy Now [haiku url=”http://archive.org/download/WoodTalkOnlineReviewShow-PickAndPrepLumber/PickAndPrepLumber.mp3″ title=”Wood Talk Online Review Show”] Download MP3 From the Back of the Case: In this video you’ll learn: How to find the hidden (and not-so-hidden) beauty in every board. […]

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Shop Safety Checklist by WOOD Magazine

May 1, 20120 Comments

This is a re-post of a previous Safety Week video that I feel is worth taking another look at. I stumbled across a great article at WOOD Magazine‘s website. Not one to let a good thing slide by, I asked the folks at WOOD for permission to share it with all of you. Thankfully they […]

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