Guest Hosting Another Episode of Woodshop 101

I had a great time dropping in as guest host on the Woodshop 101 Podcast with Jeremy Crawford and Drew Short. 

These guys are a lot of fun to hang with and what was supposed to be a "short" episode turned out to be just over 1-1/2 hours! In that time we covered a lot of subjects: 

-How we sharpen our chisels

-The Worksharp 3000

-Our favorite saw blades (and it's not that same answers that everyone else always shares)

-The foibles of the Festool Domino - Yep, as great as I think the Festool Domino is, there are some things to be addressed!

Check out the latest episode of the Woodshop 101 Podcast and see what we have to say about all these things! Be sure to subscribe on iTunes and leave them some feedback and a rating!

You can check out Jeremy Crawford and Drew Short at their websites and follow the links to all the other social media they are active on.

Thanks for listening!

Your friend in the shop-

Todd A. Clippinger

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Guest Hosting the Woodshop 101 Podcast

It seems like I am on a roll here with podcasts! I will be joining Jeremy Jeremy H Crawford and Drew Short as a guest host on the Woodshop 101 Podcast !


I am honored and excited to join them for a few episodes, Drew and Jeremy are a couple of good guys and productive woodworkers. 

If you have a woodworking question send it in and it may get answered on the podcast!

If you are interested in woodworking podcasts check them out on the Woodshop 101 YouTube channel or on iTunes and be sure to subscribe! They have done a really great job of staying on track and on schedule with weekly episodes. 

You can use the Contact page to email me a question or post as a comment on this page. 

I look forward to sharing the mic with Jeremy and Drew and I will be sure to let you all know when the episode is released. 

Your friend in the shop, 

Todd A. Clippinger

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What Is A Gravity Clock?

I have been cramming to learn so much stuff at the computer, I decided it was time to take a break and get back into the shop when a good client asked me to build some more display cases for his antique gravity clocks. 

I have been posting the builds on Instagram, and one of the questions that has been coming up from those that follow me is, "What is a gravity clock?" So I decided to do a quick video. 

In the picture below you can see one of the display cases I built in the client's home as well as some of my previous work in the background to the left. There are 3 floating shelves loaded with antique clocks. 

The stick laying at an angle is a ramp for a rolling gravity clock. Another contractor made that last year and I will be making another one since that one has twisted. I will be sure to make a video of that as I need to work the bugs out of my own video workflow and process. 

I have been posting a lot on Instagram as I build these. If you want to follow along with what is happening, check out my Instagram account and give a follow. I am not only posting pictures, but with IG's new 1 minute length on video clips, I am able to share really great tips as I build projects. 

Your friend in the shop-

Todd A. Clippinger

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