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This week on Shop Talk Live, Matt Kenney poses ten questions to Maine furniture maker Tim Rousseau. This week on Shop Talk Live, Matt Kenney interviews Maine furniture maker and instructor Tim Rousseau on everything from favorite tools and biggest failures, to sage advice for aspiring woodworkers. Every two weeks, a team of Fine Woodworking staffers answer questions from readers on Shop Talk Live, Fine Woodworking's biweekly podcast. Fine Woodworking magzine's biweekly podcast, Shop Talk Live, allows editors, authors, and special guests to answer your woodworking questions and connect with the online woodworking community.
This week on Shop Talk Live, David Picciuto, also known as The Drunken Woodworker, stops by to discuss his transition from a regular day job to a full-time online woodworker.
This week on Shop Talk Live, the crew is joined by online woodworker David Picciuto, otherwise known as The Drunken Woodworker. This week on Shop Talk Live, a listener's question regarding ideas for downsizing to a pint-sized apartment workshop takes the top spot as we mill over the idea of perhaps dumping large machinery for some Japanese woodworking methods. David_Heim writes: Most shops that I've seen (especially including mine) are small because they're hopelessly cluttered. This week on Shop Talk Live, the gang recounts some of their worst tool purchases ever, in a brand-new edition of our Tool Bombs segment. That said, if you're sitting at your bench in front of a video camera, much like this week's guest-simply talking about woodworking-a nice tall mug of frosty beer is certainly within the realm of possibility.
Picciuto recently shelved his day job to dedicate his time to chornicling his foray into woodworking. My goal is to have healthy to breath shop air, not cancer causing, and that means get as much of the invisibly small dust as possible.