Billings, MT, US
I believe I have listed to everyone one of the Shop Talk Live podcasts and this ranks as one of the top 3 of all time. I just loved the content, the focus, the inspiration of design, and just everything about it. Also I believe Anissa really adds to the podcast. Love a women's point of view and her "no-nonsense" approach really helped keep things on track. This could have been one of the best ever because the silliness was kept to a minimum and after listening I felt my time was well spent. Thank you for this podcast. Hope you will produce more just like it. Long time listener, Steve Poetzl
Love Tommy but our PBS doesn't air if this year:( would love the book.
Love the magazine. I am just learning and to win this would really help me become the woodworker I hope to be.
My number one safety tip for working with my table saw: Stop when I am tired. Almost all mistakes I have seen and heard of was when a person wanted to get one more cut in, one more piece ripped before they called it a day or a night. Stop when you are tired. Concentration goes down and mistake happen when you are not at your best and alert. Fatigue takes us off of being at attention in front of the saw.
I am just getting started in woodworking but right now my favorite power-tool is my Kreig portable router table with a Porter-Cable router mounted underneath. I have made so many things with this set up. So versatile and the table just goes under my workbench when done taking up no floor space.
Best hand tool is my cheap combination square. I want to get a good Starrett or Veritas some day but for now it works and no project is done without using it multiple times.
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