Ask Me About My Wood
Summary: Arturo Sosa The Chop Master, PJ Fetscher from the Evolution of Tables, and Chris Giffrow from Cow Dog Craft Works, are three woodworkers, makers, and content creators talking about important topics in the space while littering in a mess of jokes and nonsense.
- Artist: Arturo Sosa The Chop Master, PJ Fetscher from the Evolution of Tables, and Chris Giffrow from Cow Dog Craft Works
- Copyright: ℗ & © 2020 Ask Me About My Wood
Arturo and PJ discuss customer service with their recent encounters with manufacturers.
Post South Florida Home and Design Show, the gang is back together on a Saturday morning.
The gang is getting into the new practice of Arturo sneak attacking the "record" button.
In this episode, Chris talks a bit about his brief ban from the woodworking subreddit as well as some of the joys of utilizing reddit in your social media workflow. PJ expresses his discontent and frustrations and goes in on brand promises and follow through. Arturo can't seem to differentiate between tap handes and tampons or satin and sadden finishes. These topics among others included herein.
First and foremost we discover that PJ has no patience for folks giving him credit and Chris goes deep on what the PJ conundrum actually is and rambles a bit about the downsides of capitalism.
Being that Arturo was on vacation for a week, he worked on little to nothing. PJ and Chris discuss the completion of their multiple month warehouse build out and the shenanigans that ensued.
Chris is highly useless in this episode because of some prior evening extracurriculars, but he at least voices his beef with PJ's mom.
On this episode the gang is joined by Alma Villalobos (@pinksoulstudious).
On this episode the gang is back together! PJ and Arturo talk about a collaborative job for a hair salon where PJ’s loose butthole may not get them invited back. PJ goes hard in the paint on his views on woodworking and making content and the...
On this episode PJ and Arturo are unsupervised without Chris!
On this episode PJ, Chris, and Arturo are joined by manufacturer JT from DFM Tool Works (@dfmtoolworks). While JT doesn't remember how he and PJ started interacting on Instagram, he does speak his mind on accuracy versus consistency in tool manufacturing and talks about his views for an American made and American sourced product.
On this episode PJ, Chris, and Arturo are joined by Instagram and baby rattle making philanthropist extraordinaire Shelby Hahn (@shelbyhahn500turns).
On this episode PJ, Chris, and Arturo are guest free but absolutely on fire. Chris is so under caffeinated that he's gone full satori movement and is firing off on the minimum c's for shipping thiccness. PJ per usual is dropping the wisdom about the benefits of using a table saw as opposed to a shaper when beveling a mile worth of plywood. Nobody is prepared: Just free flowing conversation on the joys of feather boards, how PJ's carpentry students inadvertently don't have work to show off, and how Makita builds a crate that is more structurally sound than most furniture on instagram. These topics among others included herein.
On this episode PJ, Chris, and Arturo are joined by Caleb Harris from You Can Make This Too! (@youcanmakethistoo). The fellas are pretty unprepared per usual so Caleb takes a huge load and expands deeply upon the SawStop story and Steven Gass, giving us a unique perspective on the SawStop talking point the gang touched on in Episode 3.