WWGOA LIVE! June 2015

WWGOA LIVE is a blast to do! I can’t believe how quickly an hour goes by. Thanks, in large part, to the excellent questions you folks provide. Keeps me on my toes, and keeps the show moving fast. If you missed our June show, no problem. You can watch the archive below to watch at your leisure.

Watch for our next session in the near future. I can’t wait for another chance to help you out in your shop.

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29 Responses to “WWGOA LIVE! June 2015”

  1. dland4

    I have an 18x36" top for a hope chest am trying to find the best way to inset a 12"x18" engraved piece in to the center of it.

  2. Teddy

    Hi George, I am very interested in the Newsletters advertising sale of DVD's and when I tried to purchase the advertising products I found that they were not available to members in Australia and were only available to American members. I was advised they may be extending the offer to a wider membership in the future. Please the future is now and at 69 I can only guess the future I have and the products would be appreciated as soon as possible. Thank you Teddy

  3. barryjb

    Thank you very much George for your answer to my planer question, it was very useful information.

  4. Mel Johansen

    There is a router bit that will shave the bottom of the dado, making it smooth. The bit has a bearing that will guide it along the sides.

  5. Michael

    loving the show I am a 61 year old from Ireland and have not done any wood working since I was in my youth. Now I am recovering from heart surgery and I have taken up wood working again your show has given the enthusiasm to get more involved and I am loving it.Great show. Mr Michael Morgan

  6. Gary Childress

    That was really great. Gary Childress in Fayetteville, GA

  7. John Lowell

    Great show, tks!

  8. Dwayne Prescott

    I am in Australia and have been a member of WWGOA for a while now. I appreciate the technical and machine instructional videos. I am just a hobby woodworker but I find some of the information invaluable as we are still learning every day. Thanks so much for the good work in making these videos.

  9. sherwood

    ok have a nice night

  10. tamargladtidings

    DITTOS to the guy thanking for videos!