151 episodes

The Modern Maker Podcast is a weekly podcast about making things by hand. From wood, to concrete, to leather, our hosts Ben Uyeda, Chris Salomone, and Mike Montgomery chat about what it's like to be a "Maker" in it's current state.

The Modern Maker Podcast Mike Montgomery, Ben Uyeda, Chris Salomone

    • Arts
    • 4.9, 770 Ratings

The Modern Maker Podcast is a weekly podcast about making things by hand. From wood, to concrete, to leather, our hosts Ben Uyeda, Chris Salomone, and Mike Montgomery chat about what it's like to be a "Maker" in it's current state.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
770 Ratings

770 Ratings

Killinchris ,

Awesome Podcast!

Hey guys,

I just recently started listening to your podcast and I am playing catch-up. So I’m sorry in advance if anything I’m about to say/ask was already talked about.

This is an awesome podcast! I love listening to two episodes a day on my way too and from work. I like to build things as a hobby. I’ve learned a lot and have had many ideas from listening to you guys. So keep up the creative ideas.

Anyway, one question I have is have any of you made your own tongue and groove boards with router bits for joining boards to make a table top? If so, how well did it work and was it efficient? If not, do you think it would be a bad idea? A hypothetical is if you could only choose one food you were allowed to eat for dessert for the rest of your life what would it be?

I’m currently on episode 69(haha) catching up so if you address this in a new episode can you give me a holler so I can skip ahead?

PS- Ben play nice. We get it, you don’t like sketchup but let Chris live his life!

Thanks,
Christian

Patrick Freebern ,

Essential maker-centric content

Right there with DiResta-Clagett-Picciuto’s “Making It,” this should be one of the foundation blocks of your Maker podcast library.

majpreal ,

Insightful Pod about Making, with one caveat

This is one of the "Maker" podcasts I listen to regularly (Made for Profit and Craft will Never Die) are the others. I like the format of this one and appreciate the polished production. Their strong production for their various YouTube channels carries over into Podcasting. I like the different personalities and they play well off each other. My one pet peeve with this podcast is that Chris seems to like to finish people's sentences/thoughts. I think they must be recording via Skype where there is a lag so while the completion of another's sentence is often meant to be a joke, the interruption causes the other person to trip up. This would work if all were in studio together, but they clearly aren't.

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