60 With 360 WoodWorking – Beginnings

60w360In this episode of 60 with 360WoodWorking, the 360 guys discuss a variety of topics all related to “Beginnings.”

Join the guys twice each month for 60 lively minutes of discussion on everything from tools to techniques to wood selection (and more). Chuck & Glen, and sometimes a surprise guest, all have their own opinions. Sometimes they agree and sometimes they don’t, but the conversation is always information packed and lots of fun.

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Notes:

Below you’ll find time-codes for each segment of the show. Listen all at once, or in small bites.

 

  • 60 With 360 WoodWorking

    • 0:18 – What is 60 with 360 and where we’d like to see it go.
  • Beginnings

    • 3:00 – How we each got our start in woodworking.
  • Bosch Reaxx

    • 28:49 – What we think of the Bosch Reaxx and flesh detecting technology in the workshop.
  • Basic Tools for Getting Started

    • 43:39 – Are you a galoot, or completely powered up? Glen and Chuck fill you in on their thoughts as to what tools you need to get into woodworking.
  • Skill Builder

    • 51:23 – In the first installment of this recurring segment, the guys talk about the one skill they each consider most important for the beginning woodworker (or any woodworker, for that matter) to develop to ensure a lengthy, enjoyable hobby or career.

 

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3 thoughts on “60 With 360 WoodWorking – Beginnings

  1. Thanks guys, that was an interesting discussion. I appreciate the comments about the Bosch 4100. That is the saw I own. Some other woodworkers think you have to have the biggest and best to get anything done. The Bosch isn’t the best saw, but I can make furniture. And the quality of my furniture is limited by my ability, not the saw’s.

    1. Bruce,

      Having used Glen’s 4100 at the shows two years in a row, I wouldn’t hesitate to grab one for my shop. The saw continues to amaze me with it’s accuracy, flexibility and all around gutsiness. And you have the right attitude – your tools shouldn’t define the quality of the work you do. It’s the technique, not the tool.

  2. Excellent opening podcast.
    Really interesting hearing how you both got your start.
    Each segment was great.

    This is going to become a steady component of my shop sessions.

    Thanks

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