Ep. 2 of 60 With 360 WoodWorking – Mistakes

Photo courtesy Tom Iovino - tomsworkbench.com
Photo courtesy Tom Iovino – tomsworkbench.com

In this episode of 60 with 360WoodWorking, the 360 guys discuss a variety of topics all related to “mistakes.” You can go wrong listening to it from start to finish, but we could be mistaken.

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

  • Everyone Makes Mistakes

    • 0:24  – It’s OK to make mistakes.
  • Shop Fails

    • 6:32 – A variety of stories about mistakes made in the shop – from simply not paying attention to unbelievably scary.
  • Historical Errors

    • 28:15 – We aren’t the first people to make mistakes, they happened centuries ago too. If you’re a, “misery loves company” kind of person, this section’s for you.
  • Best Methods for Avoiding & Correcting Mistakes

    • 38:47 – The best way to correct a mistake is to avoid it, but if you can’t do that, then Chuck & Glen have a few tips to help.
  • Skill Builder

    • 43:39 – Each of the guys has one skill they think is important for every woodworker to learn to reduce, or eliminate, mistakes.
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5 thoughts on “Ep. 2 of 60 With 360 WoodWorking – Mistakes

  1. This is a great pod cast. I learned so much from it.

    1. You aren’t the guy from San Diego that cheered when Glen screwed up, are you?

      And, thank you.

  2. Chuck, I would like to learn more about the technique you used to cover up the knot holes in the table top. Any chance you can create a short video for us Enthusiasts to show us how its done? This would be an excellent technique for us to have in our tool belts, and a picture (or video) would be worth a thousand words.

    Thanks for your consideration…..Mark

    1. Mark,

      Sounds like a great idea. I’ll see how soon I can fit it into the schedule.

      1. Thanks Chuck, that’s great. I’m going to go out on a limb here and plug for a regular feature dedicated to fixing mistakes.

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