12 Apr. 1981|
Woodworkers show,wood wolf rack & pinion splitter,diy corner shelves plans - Try Out
Last weekend we spend a good amount of time over 3 days at The Woodworking Show basically to learn how little we really actually know about woodworking.
Sporting her I Heart PowerTools tee, this nice young lady, was very popular with the predominately older male crowd the woodworking show typically brings in. Another interesting side attraction at the show is the Show Off Showcase, where local woodworkers can enter their own handy work and all the attendees get to vote on their favorite.
The Fine WoodWorking blog reports that Boston’s WGBH will be producing a new PBS woodworking show featuring Thomas J.
I would love to see Marc on the TV, I agree with ShopMonger that he is great at showing techniques.
To be sure, there are a lot of subjects that can still be covered in woodworking shows; I would like to learn a lot more about CNC carving for one. The show covers all levels of woodworking from very basics that even young kids can get started with, up to very advance techniques, processes & equipment.
The Columbus show winner was Phillip Traudt who built an amazing Carousel Rocking Horse (you can kind of see in the pic above), Phillip best of luck at the finals, we hope you bring one home for Columbus!
I’d like to see a show on those fancy decorative turning lathes, and shows on how set up and use the basic shop equipment. For those people who complain about Norm or David Marks finishing a table in one show, on one video T-Chisel worked on flattening a tiny piece of trim for about an hour, yabbering on all the time.