I liked the video. It'll get better as y'all get more comfortable in your skin. One problem I've always had with FW podcasts was visualizing what was being said. For example seeing Mike's jig vs just a verbal description is much better.
Since video doesn't cause a lot of extra work, I say keep it, but for many of us that prefer listening to podcasts while driving, etc., do a separate audio podcast from the video. The best of both worlds, huh? If you want audio, your good. If you want video, you're good too. In other words each episode would have an audio and a video component. Alternative is to do 2 podcasts a month, one of them with a video for topics where video would help us visualize better.
Every other week is fine. If I listened to all the podcasts out there now I wouldn't have any time for woodworking (you can't listen while equipment is running).
Plus it gives you a one up on the competition. :)
Isn't that a lugnut taped on his index finger? Crazy!
Count me in!
I was there looking for an 8" jointer. The only ones I found were from General, and I almost bought one except I've never heard of them as a major player, is big in Canada. Jet had I think 4 pieces of equipment TOTAL, Powermatic seemed to be focused on their new lathe. Delta missed the show, didn't see Rikon or Laguna either. Nothing else except some small players like Steel City, etc. Of course no Grizzly. General was impressive though, they were stacked to the gills with equipment, gotta appreciate that. Very good quality but not inexpensive though, their retail is way above Powermatic and Laguna, at least for jointers. Guess it's the Canadian dollar?? Will probably go Grizzly as it seems a jointer is a jointer, not much innovation there that I can see.
Roubo split top here I come!
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