The Modern Woodworkers Association is a place for the online woodworking community to reinforce our online connections and create personal ones in local gatherings in many regions across the country.It is a place for woodworkers of all skill levels from professional to hobbyist to be able to share knowledge and learn form one another. The name Modern Woodworkers Association does not come from the fact that we are powertool users or for that matter handtool users but instead that we have all found a new tool, the online community and the power of information.
MWA351 - Josh Swan
Outstanding wooden boat-builder, timber supplier and instructor Josh Swan of J.W. Swan & Sons joins us to talk about joys of boat building and some sweet, sweet green lumber! Check it out!
MWA350 - Walke Moore Tools and the 5 Questions
Alan Walke and Aaron Moore of Walke Moore Tools return to answer the 5 Questions. Could a love of handtools transfer to a Multi-Router? Check it out!
MWA349 - Walke Moore Tools
Outstanding tool makers Alan Walke and Aaron Moore of Walke Moore Tools join us to talk about Router Planes among other topics. There may even be stealth announcement about a new tool coming up! Check it out!
MWA348 - Neil Brown answers the 5 Questions
Neil Brown returns to answer the 5 Questions. Additionally, Mark certifies Neil's Workbench as a "Roubo", and we talk about Neil's mad crest-rail carving skills.
MWA347 - Neil Brown
Neil Brown joins us to talk about his first chair build - a Galbert Rocker. And yes, he made most of the tools that he needed to build the Rocker. But he's also Canadian, so he's fairly modest about it ;-)
MWA346 - New Collar Goods and the 5 Questions
Deana & Jon Ketchum of New Collar Goods return to answer the 5 Questions. Find out a DIY Desk lead to thriving business.
Great podcast informative guests only drawback is you end up finding out about too many tools and buying them.
Hey I heard you need new material
I’m a ongoing basement freeloader listener to the podcast the guilt is deep I haven’t donated to your podcast or mailed you any Electric Jellyfish IPA from Pinthouse Pizza brewery. I’m in Austin Texas and haven’t made it to a woodworking festival yet, my plans have been foiled the last two years.
Your material on your show is up to date I like the industry updates on new tools and methods. You keep things fresh and entertaining thanks!
On a side note I have a few giant 600 year old Douglas fir Slabs 50” wide 11’6” long and 2.5-3 inches thick. I’m curious if either of you have experience trying to sell a high value slab Table. I’m trying to put a price on them and it’s tough since I can’t compare with any other table on the market. I would like to get upwards of 10-15,000$ for a finished table.
Well I’m in the process of flattening one now and it’ll have legs soon enough.
Have a great day
This is one of my favorite podcasts! I love the way these guys interact with each other. They discuss many various topics that are always entertaining. If I could give them more stars I would.