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Follow the journey of a novice woodworker through his experiences in becoming a woodworking craftsman.
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Latest episode: April 13, 2011 | 7:10 am - Farewell For Now

64 episodes

Displaying episodes 64 through 44
Farewell For Now April 13, 2011 | 7:10 am
After 3 years of great times podcasting followed by 6 months of inactivity, I call it quits...for now. ; A special thanks to everyone who made it possible. If I left your name out, well, shame on me.
Episode 59 - Back to Basics and Missing Shop Manuals Mega Book Review August 19, 2010 | 11:45 am
When I received the package containing the Back to Basics series, I had had a particularly rough day at work. I came home and found it on the kitchen table, and my wife giving me one of those "So, what did you buy for your shop now?" looks. I u
Episode 58 - Happy Birthday Splintered Board!!! May 27, 2010 | 6:16 am
Well, it was my birthday this week, so that means it’s also Splintered Board’s birthday. If you’re not following me, the original Splintered Board podcast began at the end of May, in 2008. I was very new to woodworking and was eager to
Episode 57 - Wood Worker's Safety Week 2010 - Part 2 May 12, 2010 | 8:02 pm
Hey everybody it's Rick Waters for the Splintered Board Podcast. This 3rd annual Wood Workers' Safety Week was organized by the ubiquitous Marc 'The Wood Whisperer' Spagnuolo. In this episode I want to demonstrate something that Micro
Episode 56 - Woodworkers Safety Week Part 1 May 10, 2010 | 8:39 pm
This 3rd annual Wood Workers Safety Week was organized for the community by the ubiquitous Marc ‘The Wood Whisperer’ Spagnuolo. What I want to actually show you all today are the dangers of wearing baggy or loose clothing while operating a ta
Episode 55 - Rick's NEHS Wrap Up March 11, 2010 | 12:52 pm
Please excuse my rambling about the New England Home Show. I think I got a total of 16 hours of sleep in the 6 nights leading up to this recording, and I taped this at midnight. Anyway, this is a little description of my trip to Boston.
Episode 54 - Tommy's Big Announcement March 01, 2010 | 6:18 am
Tommy MacDonald and Laurie Donnelly announce that WGBH has signed a deal with Tommy for a new woodworking television show!Stay tuned for the details.
Episode 53 - Thirty Seconds With Tommy and Justin February 26, 2010 | 3:04 pm
Tommy and Justin discuss the very recent announcement that Tommy MacDonald has landed a TV deal with WGBH to become the next television woodworker.
Episode 52 - Day 1 of New England Home Show February 25, 2010 | 10:42 pm
Big news tomorrow, so stay tuned to the podcast feed! Pics from the Home Show - Day 1 New England Home Show 2/25/2010
Episode 51 - 2010 New Years Resolutions February 23, 2010 | 6:55 pm
Finally! I got out a serious episode in 2010. Here are my New Year's Resolutions, and some goals for the podcasts for 2010.
Episode 50 - Zany Book Review (Video 3) January 30, 2010 | 1:18 pm
I've had RW Anderson stop by and review the Fox Chapel Publishing book, 'Zany Wooden Toys that Whiz, Spin, Pop, and Fly'. Enjoy
Episode 50 - Zany Book Review (Video) January 30, 2010 | 8:43 am
I've had RW Anderson stop by and review the Fox Chapel Publishing book, 'Zany Wooden Toys that Whiz, Spin, Pop, and Fly'. Enjoy
Episode 50 - Zany Book Review January 29, 2010 | 8:03 am
I've had RW Anderson stop by and review the Fox Chapel Publishing book, 'Zany Wooden Toys that Whiz, Spin, Pop, and Fly'. Enjoy
Episode 49 - When is Bad Design Acceptable? - Audio December 16, 2009 | 7:09 pm
I’m calling this episode ‘When Bad Design Solves a Big Problem / When is Bad Design Acceptable?’ I was recently watching a podcast called The Stuff of Genius. It’s another of the How Stuff Works series of podcasts. I listened to t
Episode 49 - When is Bad Design Acceptable? - Video December 16, 2009 | 7:04 pm
I’m calling this episode ‘When Bad Design Solves a Big Problem / When is Bad Design Acceptable?’ I was recently watching a podcast called The Stuff of Genius. It’s another of the How Stuff Works series of podcasts. I listened to t
Episode 48 - The Crappy Workbench November 03, 2009 | 8:05 pm
So, I finally put the workbench together.It's 4 slabs of MDF with 1/2" of solid Oak on top.The carriage is 2 legs of 4x4 Pressure Treated pine beams.
Episode 47 - Boutique Tools - A Love Hate Thing October 06, 2009 | 10:43 am
I opened up my email the other day expecting to see an important message that I have been anxiously awaiting. Instead of receiving my personal invitation to the Playboy Mansion, I received an ad for another boutique tool. Most woodworkers have received t
Episode 46 - Back From Hiatus, Many Updates September 18, 2009 | 12:02 pm
Take a look at This new blog - Spudwood‘Garage Sale’ at Designed Stairs in Sandwich, IL24 bdft pink Lyptus (in 7 boards)13”x1”x8’ Hemlock6 short boards of 14”wx1”t yellow pine stairs40 4” C clamps for about
Episode 45 - Interview with Carole Rothman August 31, 2009 | 7:51 pm
I had the pleasure of interviewing a modern day renaissance woman, Carole Rothman, author of Wooden Bowls From the Scroll Saw. We discussed how Carole got into woodworking, and scrollsawing, her challenges and triumphs in perfecting the scrollsawn bowl,
Non-Episode - Opening The Rookie August 31, 2009 | 7:04 pm
I received my issue of The Rookie, by Scott Sigler, today. Join me as I open it.


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