Fine Woodworking magazine editors and contributors answer your questions and share woodworking tips and techniques.
STL240: Nature is Dave Fisher's design partner
Greenwoodworker and carver Dave Fisher answers listener questions about greenwood projects, finding green wood, storing green wood, and how he goes about designing his incredible pieces.
STL239: Are expensive sanders worth it?
Anissa, Barry, and Ben discuss milling box stock, the cure for chasing perfection, if high-end sanders really perform better, and what a listener can make with a cherry burl.
STL238: Tim Coleman's shop-sawn veneer secrets–revealed!
Fine, they weren't secrets, but Tim sits down with Mike and Ben and the conversation goes deep into veneering processes.
STL237: Just the facets, ma'am
Deputy editor, Jon Binzen, joins Mike and Ben to discuss design, designers, and his never-ending love of facets in his own work.
STL236: Does a jointer save you money?
Mike, Barry, and Ben debate if every piece needs the strength of dovetails, cast iron vs. aluminum on bandsaws, whether a jointer saves you money, and the lifespan of tool tests.
STL235: Are saw guides really cheating?
Vic Tesolin joins Mike and Ben to discuss jack planes, smoothing planes, shop lighting, and if saw guides are cheating or not.
This podcast is real neat!
Love the show and the magazine. I started woodworking to help with rheumatoid arthritis and you guys have been in my ear and in my sight since. I have learned lots from the magazine and if it doesn’t teach me something I am looking for, you can be sure they have talked to the people involved. I got into French marquetry after listening to your interview with Patrick Edwards. Thanks so much to you guys! Keep it up!
Really good right from the start.
Everyone but Mike has changed, but it has been remarkably consistent in being high quality. It’s fun to listen to and a real motivator to get out there and make something.