Saturday, November 21, 2015

MWA Podcast Episode #82 - 360 Woodworking

What’s in the shop?

Main topic
  • 350 Woodworking
    • What is 360 Woodworking

      • The company just passed 1 year
      • In the 12 months since beginning the issues, they will have 6 issues
    • The Website
    • New Memberships
      • Free
      • Enthusiastic
      • Fanatic

o   Classes
§  Fanatics will get $100 off of classes
o   Current Plan of Projects
§  Chuck
·        mid-century modern coffee table
·        very traditional period pieces
§  Kevin Ritter
·        A kitchen Island from custom wood
§  Glen
·        Kentucky Sugar Chest

5 Questions
  • Glen & Chuck
    • How did you get into woodworking?
      • Glen - grew up in home construction with his Dad
      • Chuck - Joined a woodworking club to make a skateboard
    • What’s your favorite tool?
      • Glen - Tablesaw, Wide Belt Sander
      • Chuck - Shinto Rasp, Dead Tool Works Coffin Smoother
    • Who has influenced you the most?
      • Chuck - Werner gave Chuck the foundation for his career
      • Glen - Defaults to his Father
    • What was your biggest stumbling block?
      • Glen - for the first decade, Glen worked alone and tried to figure it out himself. He later learned how much you can learn working with others
      • Chuck - His ambition rapidly outpaced his ability
    • How has the internet influenced your work?
      • Glen - given Glen lots of ideas and things to strive for
      • Chuck - he’s been able to meet and get to know so many other woodworkers.

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