TWP29: Shop Time Planning, Tool Precision, Clean Up

01.12.2017 - By The Woodworking Podcast

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Thank you to the following Patreon contributors

Lewi Uberg
Jim Jardine
Robert Pinder
Cory Hendrix
David Lightman
Joshua Luther
Phil Edwards
Leatherneck Garage
Brodie Brickey
Matt Parker
Woodshop 101
Jeff Ferguson
John Lamar
Darrell John
Scott A McWilliams
Terry Mulligan
David Moffitt
Chris Capistran
JM Tosses
Jameson Elam
Cole Bouchard
Chris Stokesmore
Jason Adamczyk
Modern Builds
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Don Chesser
Dixie Trapper
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Michael Couch
Steve Nelson
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Justin Shields
George Thomas
Jim Beshears
Martin Wegner
Clement Brizard
John Wilson
Steve Mills
Darren Pruitt
Kyle Veatch
Frederick McIntyre
Page Bonifaci
Terry Burns-Dyson
Christopher Michael Copes
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Referenced Channels/websites/videos:

King of Random - metal foundry
Rust Prevention
 Nick's new office coming along.....

Submitted Questions/comments:

Andrew Lynch - Project workflow.
I often find myself doing steps out of order when working on a project. What is your project planning process and how has it evolved over time? Looking to maximize my efficiency and time.
From soundcloud TWP27: Question for Nick on the next Podcast. What did you decide to do add a 220volt circuit or a subpanel? How did you do it.?
Blaise Morin - What's the tool you expect/demand the most precision from?
Eduardo Azeredo - Do you clean tools and, specially, finish brushes after project? If no, how often do you do this? If yes, how you do? From Brazil!

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