Like the first seed sown this will grow. Each addition will help what came before, and will support the next to come. This will become an integrated system of videos that entertain AND teach. It IS slow to start, and in many ways that is good. ...
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Location: Seattle, WA
I have been working wood for more than 35 years, creating custom furniture and cabinets. My company was eight people strong until the crash of 2008, at which time our very wealthy clientele chose to panic over a net worth that might have dropped from eight hundred million to seven hundred million. Most of them mothballed their projects and sent everyone home.
We responded by becoming a collective, sharing our space, machinery, and knowledge, and creating a community of woodworkers with access to the best facilities and miniscule overhead.
We now work for a much more modest clientele, and spend a lot of time assisting people who rent short term on a project basis.
We are, as of 2/5/13 running a funding campaign at Indiiegogo to bring ourselves fully into the business of helping other people succeed at woodworking. This includes a free on line video teaching library of unique design for a progressive learning process.
-- Seattle John, http://www.isgoodwoodworks.com/index.php
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HOW ISGOOD IS GOING TO MAKE A GOOD THING MUCH BETTER I am just about to begin something that has waited a long time to germinate. The first shoots are out of the soil. Teaching comes naturally to me, and my years of experience with many em...
Watch this video if you do any wood bending. The material is amazing! This video was made as a first step in learning and developing an extensive online video library for teaching purposes. I know it is a bit informal, lacks polish, and will b...
It took many of us several years to build this historic pieces of unintended woodworking. When we moved our radial arm saw some time back, we discovered the stratification of the materials used in our projects over the years.