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Join your host, Bob Rozaieski, as he answers your questions and brings you tips and tricks to help you get the most out of your time in the shop.

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Join your host, Bob Rozaieski, as he answers your questions and brings you tips and tricks to help you get the most out of your time in the shop.

    HTT055 – Narrowing Focus

    HTT055 – Narrowing Focus

    This will be the last episode of the podcast. On today’s show, I discuss securing glass in a door frame, and troubleshooting a shooting board.

    HTT054 – What Can You Learn from Bad Design?

    HTT054 – What Can You Learn from Bad Design?

    On today’s show, I discuss setting up a cabinet scraper, sapwood vs. heartwood, attaching handles to thin case sides, slop in bench plane adjusters, and learning from poor furniture designs.

    HTT053 – Lathes & Turning for Furniture

    HTT053 – Lathes & Turning for Furniture

    On today’s show, I discuss how oversized to rough mill your stock, making curved moldings, and lathes and turning for furniture.

    HTT052 – Hand Saws for Curves

    HTT052 – Hand Saws for Curves

    On today’s show, I discuss holding small stock for plowing grooves, long planes with narrow irons, frame saw vs. bandsaw for resawing, flattening wooden hand planes, and hand saws for sawing curves.

    HTT051 – Projects: From Concept to Finish

    HTT051 – Projects: From Concept to Finish

    On today’s show, I discuss making cabinet backs, my personal finish preferences, achieving full width shavings, natural finishing products, and taking a project from concept to final finish.

    HTT050 – “Non-traditional” Projects

    HTT050 – “Non-traditional” Projects

    On today’s show, I discuss dovetail orientation for casework, making a mortise across the grain of a board, small smoothing planes, and "non-traditional" projects.

Customer Reviews

tooold2change ,

Excellent

Chock full of useful information

wsa2016 ,

Great Podcast

Bob has been in the game a long time, and does a great job passing on his extensive knowledge of, “hand work.” Almost more importantly, Bob seems to be a nice guy, and is very responsive to listener questions and show topic ideas. I’ve been listening since almost day one, and I won’t be stopping soon. Thanks, Bob!

Scott A.
Jackson, TN

RichardMak ,

Love your woodworking tips!!

Keep it going!

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