Jack Henderson is a trim carpenter. He talks a lot about 'shoeing' a house. He's also buying a house and giving first time home buyers some tips of what to do.
Brian is making bugs on the laser.
Coty is making a barn door and a lamp.
Ben is cutting some samples on the laser and making a enclosure for the Onefinity CNC.
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AJ is an artist that teaches art. She prefers teaching children because they have a more open mind. In the summer she usually runs art camps. Covid 19 is throwing a wrench in the plans. Find out what she's going to do in it's place. She own's a tractor but isn't a farmer. She runs AJ's art studio.
Coty gets a new CNC in the shop, a Onefinity CNC, just like Ben got a few weeks ago.
We find out that no only is Brian's grades optional, his whole life is.
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On this episode we have woodworker Brett Gordon from Gordons Woodshop.
Brett is a....well, it's something with farms and plants, full time employee and does woodworking as a hobby. He doesn't have robots in the shop (much to Bens dismay) but he does use a combination of power tools and hand tools.
Coty makes a chess set for some famous guy.
Brian draws spaceships in pen....or pencil? Oh, and his grades are literally worthless.
Ben cuts metal at ridiculous speeds on his new Onefinity CNC.
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When the Covid-19 Virus locks down the world you hang out with your best friends. Since we can't be around other people, there's no guest host this time. Ben, Brian, And Coty discuss how the virus and its extraordinary circumstances affect their businesses.
Ben's wife Molly also decided to start a book blog. https://www.leggingsandliterature.com/
rian cannot teach remotely because he has no internet on his phone or at home.
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Ben (Myers Woodshop) and Coty (Arganic Woodwork), two makers from central Arkansas, discuss their recent trip to Workbenchcon 2020, the conference for makers and content creators. They guys break it down by price, food, hotel, sponsorship's, vendors, classes, and meet ups. Ben gives his thoughts as a content creator and Coty as a full time production shop. Should you attend Workbenchcon next year? Listen as the guys discuss their thoughts and find out if you'll see them next year or not. After, we talk to Brian (Fiery Squirrel Art) about his thoughts on if he missed out or he goes in the future.
Also, Ben's wife Molly pulls an epic prank on him during the trip and also starts a book blog at https://www.leggingsandliterature.com/
It's the first episode of the new year! The guys finally catch up after a nearly 3 month hiatus. They visit with Allen Horn. Allen is a pest control technician (he works with Ben) and a handy man. While Allen isn't full time or part time, he does several jobs throughout the year. From Decks to Fences to a fake baby grand piano, he does it all. He's learned from YouTube and HGTV. Yes, you really can learn from TV.
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Rick Castleman From Castleman Custom Works is a jack of all trades. While only taking 45 minutes to master custom jewelry, he's also a woodworker, remodeler and a worship leader. Also, Cotys episode of the TV show, Small Business Revolution (episode 3) finally released, and we catch up on how that has affected his business.
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Meredith Palmer isn't your typical college student. She already owns a business called Palmer's Designs. Starting out designing shoes, she now does everything from paintings, to digital art, to live wedding paintings.
Palmer’s Designs is a product of my contemporary and impressionistic style. While she mostly paint on canvas or paper, she has done a wide variety of projects. She loves painting abstracts, as well as landscapes and animals. Her love for bright-bold colors is what makes her art unique. She have done lots of work for local businesses and friends, and have recently been featured in the New York Art Gallery’s website.
She specializes in larger-scale works, as well as in-home (or business) consultations. She is a certified Shutterstock contributor, featured on interior design website Houzz, and was nominated for Student Entrepreneur of the Year for NAWBO in 2016.
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