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In this episode we discuss drying wood, seasonal movement, climate changes and interior doors and hinges https://youtu.be/g0ZlIvBgaLI Thank you to the following Patreon contributors!: Chris McCoy Tony Cabero Byron younce David Lightman Phil Edwards D... more
In this episode we discuss having multiple ways to do many things in woodworking and always trying to see a woodworking project from various points of view and using different tools to perform different tasks. Also, Nick hit a water line installing ... more
The Woodworking Podcast with Bob Kloes & Nick Ferry. In this episode we talk about our recent trip to the Midwest Tool Collectors Association tool show and what we picked up, including a raised panel plane from Pete Callen. As well as rather subtlety... more
I’m new to woodworking and have been listening to a variety of woodworking podcasts but this one, by far, has the best mix of great advice and opinions combined with humor!! I’ve been listening to about 10 episodes a day trying to get caught up(I work a lot of hours)....awesome show guys!!
With Nick teamed up with Bob has become awesome show. Bob’s insights on Woodworking is incredible. Awesome show more
Just wish you still did the podcast but I loved it while it lasted.
I love this show and its one of my more favorite woodworking podcast. Unfortunnately they say in the last episode that this will be the last. Sorry to see it go but I understand life being busy.
This podcast is done by 3 youtubers and sometimes guests, and it's great to hear them talk about tips and tricks of the trade, and if you need it any specific projects they ever talk about are usually in a video or online article. This makes for a ton of resources to help you along in any project!!
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The Woodworking Podcast launched 8 years ago and published 41 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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