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11-16-2011 06:49 PM
THIS THREAD GOT SO BIG IT WAS CRASHING THE SITE! So we broke it in half. Leave a comment on the new thread here!
Join us, we’re having a blast. No nonsense, just sweet, sweet entertainment for woodworkers! Ok, and a little bit of nonsense…
It’s been called “The greatest woodworking show since the invention of wood”, of course it was Stumpy who said that…
The simplest way to look at it is this… imagine if you could peek into your neighbor’s workshop and see what he’s doing each week. BUT, while the workshop is a lot like yours, what goes on in the shop is anything but normal! Stumpy’s twisted sense of humor accompanies your behind the scenes access to how we deal with regular problems in extraordinary ways!
For example, other woodworking shows might show you how to make a box. You don’t need another show like that. What we do instead is design a unique jig or tool that makes it easier, faster, better or just more fun to make that box. Then we tell some dumb jokes about boxes. And we tell you how to save money on the tools you might have to buy to make your boxes… or whatever you make in your shop.
It’s a mixture of light humor and good old fashioned “shoestring woodworking” designed to help you turn YOUR shop into a fully equipped work space without spending a ton of cash, and be entertained along the way!
We’ve built unique and useful woodworking machines including a benchtop biscuit joiner, a fully featured dovetail machine, the greatest drill press table known to mankind, a machine that makes raised panel doors, a homemade jig saw, a lead screw driven box joint machine, and a lot more
We share tips, tricks, jokes and anything and everything a woodworker could ever dream of!
Here’s the latest episode:
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See more episodes at Stumpynubs.com!
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