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Wood Talk No. 117 “Shop Cat!”

January 17, 20130 Comments

On today’s show, we’re talking about problems with cat poop, picking the right joint for the job, and some listener feedback on jointer blade sharpening and buying used bandsaws. What’s on the bench? Shannon is starting a new drop-leaf table project and just finished up his creepy church project. Matt is finally using his lathe […]

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Wood Talk Online is Weekly Now?

October 19, 20125 Comments

For all of you in the audience that have ever written in and said “I love Wood Talk Online, I just wish you guys would do more of it!” have I got news for you! From now on Marc, Shannon and myself will be recording every Wednesday evening! Of course there may be weeks when […]

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Wood Talk No. 105

October 18, 20123 Comments

I know some of you get your Wood Talk fix by listening or downloading the episodes here at Matt’s Basement Workshop. But recently we decided that rather than posting the file and the shownotes at three different locations, it made more sense to have it fixed to one site where you can find everything. Starting […]

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Wood Talk Online No. 102 “Hold on loosely…to your saw”

August 10, 20120 Comments

On today’s show, we’re sharing some great links from around the web and we’ll answer a bunch of your emails. It’s all about the email today baby! WHAT’S ON THE BENCH?: Shannon: Went deep into the bowels of the internet to find the right way to cut a complex butt joint by hand. Matt: Attempted […]

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Wood Talk Online Radio No. 101

July 25, 20120 Comments

Fresh off our 100th episode it’s time to get behind the microphones and started on the next hundred! On today’s episode we had nothing really planned out and decided to just go out on a wing and a prayer. The result? Listen for yourself and let us know. On the bench: Shannon: finished up the […]

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Wood Talk Online No. 100!!!

July 6, 20120 Comments

Thank you to all of you who were able to join us live Thursday night July 5, 2012 to celebrate the 100th episode of Wood Talk Online Radio. It’s hard to believe 5 years have come and gone so quickly. And while we weren’t the most diligent hosts, turning out a regular episode for the […]

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Wood Talk Online Radio No. 96

April 27, 20120 Comments

On today’s show, we’re talking about our scariest workshop safety moments and answering a couple of emails from you the listener. Around the Web: Microjig Dado splitter Glen Huey visiting the Michigan Woodworkers’ Guild May 19, 2012. PW publishing The Woodwright Shop seasons 1-3 and 20 on DVD and in Shop Class On Demand Listener […]

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Wood Talk Online Radio No. 94

March 29, 20123 Comments

On today’s show, it’s all about listener mail! Around the Web Popular Woodworking: California considers table saw law PBS iPad/iPhone App – Watch Wood Wright episodes! Email Bruce and Ryan both asked for our recommendation on the must-have tools for the beginner. Doug wants to know what oil he should use for rust prevention on […]

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Review show no. 6 “Build the 21st-century workbench” with Robert W. Lang

January 9, 20120 Comments

Title: Build the 21st Century Workbench Run Time: 56 Minutes Production Date: 2008 Produced By: Popular Woodworking Price: $19.99 US Download MP3 [haiku url=”http://www.archive.org/download/WtoReviewShow-21stCenturyWorkbench/21st_century.mp3″ title=”Wood Talk Online Review Show”] From the Back of the Case: This new workbench from Robert W. Lang combines the best workholding devices and ideas from a number of historic bench […]

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Wood Talk Online Radio No. 90

October 27, 20111 Comment

Download MP3 [haiku url=”http://www.archive.org/download/WoodTalkOnlineRadio90/WTO_90.mp3″ title=”Wood Talk Online Radio”] Email us at woodtalkonline@gmail.com or call and leave us a voice mail at (623) 242-5180 or Skype us at WoodTalkOnline. Topics Today’s topic is holiday gifts. What we like to make, what people seem to enjoy, and even some of our gift-giving blunders. Email Marc, Matt & […]

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