266 episodes

Fine Woodworking magazine editors and contributors answer your questions and share woodworking tips and techniques.

Shop Talk Live - Fine Woodworking FineWoodworking.com

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    • 4.8 • 1.2K Ratings

Fine Woodworking magazine editors and contributors answer your questions and share woodworking tips and techniques.

    STL255: Vic's plywood workbench

    STL255: Vic's plywood workbench

    Vic Tesolin joins Anissa and Ben to discuss economy shop life, his new workbench, making handplanes, and sharpening toothed planes.

    • 1 hr 16 min
    STL254: Iron and oak (and maple?)

    STL254: Iron and oak (and maple?)

    Cozied up in the new shop, Mike, Barry, and Ben discuss the progress setting up the shop, techniques for ebonizing, painting panels, and primo box hinges.

    • 1 hr 15 min
    The Innovators: Grizzly Industrial

    The Innovators: Grizzly Industrial

    Mike Pekovich and Rollie Johnson chat with Grizzly’s own Jameson Hawn to get a behind-the-scenes look at the company.

    • 43 min
    STL253: Woodworking is just tricks and fixing mistakes

    STL253: Woodworking is just tricks and fixing mistakes

    Furniture maker and machinery guru Ellen Kaspern joins Anissa and Ben to answer listener questions about jointers and walnut slabs, and to proclaim her never-ending love of the Delta Unisaw.

    • 1 hr 10 min
    STL252: The pull of the Japanese handplane

    STL252: The pull of the Japanese handplane

    Andrew Hunter takes over the show to answer listener questions about Japanese handplanes and how he uses them in his work.

    • 1 hr 10 min
    STL251: Assume the glue is going to fail

    STL251: Assume the glue is going to fail

    Mike, Anissa, and Ben discuss Patrick Sullivan's end-grain glue myths video, how a listener can hide a joint on an 18-ft. run of molding, and the pros and cons of floating tenon joinery.

    • 59 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
1.2K Ratings

1.2K Ratings

a bored and shoked player ,

Great information and amazing entertainment

I have been loving this podcast for a while, and I have been going back through the many previous episodes for a while now. The information, tips and tricks have been so helpful in my own woodworking, and the hosts are always as entertaining as they are knowledgeable. I recently took a long road trip, about twelve hours each way, and in hour ten of the return trip I came across “Think like a hand plane”. If you haven’t gotten to that yet, then you haven’t yet lived.

Jason Barile ,

Like having buddies in the shop while I work

I love listening to the FWW Podcast while I’m working. It’s like having friends in the shop who give me great tips. Hearing their “smooth moves” helps you realize that even accomplished woodworkers with decades of experience are humans and make silly mistakes now and then.

dcwilkinson ,

Feeling part of the conversation

There are a lot of good woodworking podcasts out there and I’ve learned a great deal from them. This one is different because the cast changes and questions get answered but somebody that really knows the answer (most of the time). The thing I really like is the easy flow of conversation. Just good friends talking shop and discussing answers. The laughter and banter are real. The knowledge is very real. And yes, I signed up for Unlimited! Money well spent! Keep doing what nobody else does as well.
Dallas Wilkinson

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