Three episodes – I think that means we’re here to stay! And I could not be more thrilled to welcome on to the show my coworker of many years and my close friend Tim Ewald.
Tim and I have spent many hours talking about woodworking, our shared hobby. So it’s no surprise that we chatted a lot about his latest projects. But, as seems to be the pattern with the show, we spent a lot of time talking about the meaning behind the work, which I find fascinating. And very much in keeping with the notion of exploring the intersection of making and learning.
Tim shared some photos of his projects with me, and I’m posting them here with his permission – scroll down to see them. I think you’ll agree he does lovely work.
I hope you enjoy the show. As always, feel free to leave a comment letting me know what you thought. And if you feel like sharing the show with someone you think might like it, I’d appreciate it.
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Things mentioned on this show
- A brief description of some common woodworking terms. We threw a fair number of technical terms around, so this might make a good primer.
- The Charles Hayward Collection from Lost Art Press.
- Tim’s incredible talk, Programming with Hand Tools.
- An equally amazing talk from the talk, To the Moon by Russ Olsen.
- The Mostly Printed CNC machine, aka the MPCNC.
- My track saw video.
This episode is also available on YouTube. View it there for a transcript and subtitles.
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