In this clip Randy Child shows us how he mixes Urea Resin Glue to get the correct consistency. This step is in preparation for gluing up the rockers.
I took some new pictures of my shop. (More on my site) They are all in the shop section on my blog. The old ones were taken with my cell phone, so the quality was not the best. Still working out a few things with my blog (trying to get some things with Google search worked out). I’m having trouble getting this site to show up in Google search. Hope to get this stuff worked out soon. If anyone can help it would be grately appreaciated. Also, I have been editing away, I have taped a...
I seem to have found a major error in my web site! I have asked everyone to visit my site and comment and am doing a random give away once a month for one poster to my site…. but I just discovered that my comment section has not been working! I seem to have everything working now, so please stop by and comment and let me know what you think. http://highrockwoodworking.com Chris Adkins Follow me on Twitter!
Just wanted to do a quick update. Starting in may HisingWoodDesign.com will be stepping up the video podcast and adding to itunes. The support and response to the site has been great and we really appreciate all the support.We are getting new and fixing existing camera gear to solve previous audio problems. We thank all of you for your support and look forward to all the up and coming videos.Click here to check it out
I have been working on a podcast for a few weeks and just received approval today. After doing a search for High Rock Woodworking and also just woodworking in itunes I was able to find the podcast, so it looks like a good start. In the podcast I will be sharing tips and stories from fellow woodworkers. I still have some details to work out (like adding a picture) but I am making a good start. Please stop by and give me your comments, even if it is a little constructive criticism. Also,...
Chris Wakefield,”Into The Night” of 1470 KHND Radio did a great job interviewing Glen. Part 1 http://intothenight.podbean.com/2010/03/01/itn-feb-23-glen-guarino-part-1/ Part 2http://intothenight.podbean.com/2010/03/01/itn-feb-23-glen-guarino-part-2/ Marie
I don’t know how many folks are aware of our little audio podcast, Wood Talk Online, but I figured I would post it here at Lumberjocks once in a while. The show usually contains industry news, voicemails, sweet deals, community happenings, and a whole lot of “shop talk”. We also do the show live and have a bustling chat room that tends to distract us now and then. :) Check it out! Download MP3 Questions or Comments? You can get a hold of us by either dropping us an ema...
The Spoken Wood Matt Vanderlist, the original woodworking podcaster, has started a new series of readings on the topic of woodworking called the Spoken Wood.They are intended to be an audio-only format so followers may download them and listen on their way to work. This is a much safer alternative to watching his video podcast on your iPod while driving. The Spoken Wood will be rich in nutrition for the woodworker. The readings will be covering various topics, tips, and ruminations of w...
This morning (May 1st, 2009) The Sawdust Chronicles 2009 Spring 30-Day Build Challenge (I’m trying to think of a longer name, so send me suggestions) began! With 43 actively interested contestants (23 Beginners, 15 Amateurs, and 1 Professional woodworker), 4 sponsors (Rockler, Woodcraft Magazine, Kreg Tools, General Finishes) over 250 emails, and about 150 hours already devoted to breathing life into the contest, it is now up to the contestants to determine how it all proceeds. Up...
The Sawdust Chronicles’ 30-Day Challenge is simply that – a challenge. We will be challenging you, the beginning woodworker, to complete a woodworking project within 30 days. We pick the project, you find or create the plans, you iron out the details, you complete the project, and you reap the rewards. The level of difficulty of the challenge should be self-scaled depending on your level of woodworking talent. A majority of the challenge is dependent upon the honor system. There ...
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