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This week, FWW art director Mike Pekovich and senior editor Matt Kenney school us on the Fibbonacci sequence and how it can help your furniture design. Plus, Mike gets some ribbing over his boring glue bottle.
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send me an email and I can send you some pictures of the one we have in the shop. mkenney at taunton dot com.
Matt, Do you perhaps have a link to any pictures? I am looking to build one myself.
Sadly, that miter gauge is no longer available. I mentioned that I felt bad for even talking about it because it isn't sold anymore, but it's such a great design. I wish someone would make a similar miter gauge again.
Thanks for listening (and watching in this case).
I tried to find any kind of info. on the Angle Right Miter Gauge you mentioned. Can't find a thing on it. Do I have the company name correct? Any links to something online would be appreciated. Thanks.
Thanks Mike & Matt. It was a good listen. And thanks Ed for fixing the audio.
Like Matt, Mike P always has interesting things to say...I think. Somebody turn Mikes mic up so we can hear him please.
Great job guys. Thanks for sharing the wealth of information and experiences, good and bad. I gave the program 5 stars. Keep up the good work.
I wish I could listen to this but the audio volume is just too low. I have the volume on my computer maxed out, same on the video insert.
I really got some good info. from "On The Pod". Wish I could hear this one.
Just left a 5 star and review in iTunes (you wont find me anywhere near Facebook either). I've tried since the beginning to do the audio only, but keep finding myself here to watch the episodes after listening. The whiteboard diagrams and views of project pieces just don't translate audibly.
So what is the plan for the visual content?
I've downloaded 5 of your podcasts and each one has a echo, sometimes making it very hard to understand what is being said. I gave up trying to listen to #7 podcast after 10 mins. But the audio on the videos from the website are much better, there might be some issue with your transfer to podcast
Another great show guys! I agree with Matt, more questions and discussion on design would be great.
Excellent program, I have not missed one, I don't use Facebook
Much better show this week.
Keep it up fellas.
Time well spent watching this episode. Thanks. Plugged you on iTunes for what it's worth:) looking forward to future shows. Hopefully the powers that be are able to give this show some time to take off.
Great job guys...I love your topic about the box..It's interesting. Actually I just made 2 boxes this month and I learned more when I watch your shop talk live. thank you..
Great stuff! Wished, however you would have gone more into the bandsaw features and mechanics that you like or dislike. I'm looking to buy one soon.
I love the videos guys. Keep up the great work
Same here no Facebook nor iTunes.
You do have my five stars, i like these video's verry much.
Thanks for publishing #7 video Friday the day of the podcast!
It always was annoying and seemingly unnecessary to have to wait to the following Monday to have it posted.
As far as keeping the 'ship' going - maybe emphasize these posta and or emails.
I will NEVER sign up for Facebook - nor iTunes. Sorry.
Cut nails and a clever lid clinch a traditional Japanese toolbox
The Shakers had this diminutive design pegged
Fast, fun approach to making a comfortable, casual seat
In this video Michael finishes the first of the three boxes. Gluing-up, planing, sanding and finishing bring a new piece of art to the world.
In this video Michael starts work on the second box, a carved and painted Saddle lid box.
Michael begins carving the saddle lid box with his ripple pattern along the top. Then turns to his 5/30 gouge to texture the sides of the box. This isn't work…
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