May 26, 2017
Plus, the guys debate working from plans vs. improvising, how much stock to leave when milling, all time favorite techniques, and some recent tool bombs
May 12, 2017
Plus, the guys talk about attributes of a good woodworking student, picking the right wood for a project, and their all time favorite furniture and techniques
April 28, 2017
A special episode recorded live from Fine Woodworking Live 2017, featuring guests Peter Follansbee, Vic Tesolin, Joshua Klein, Joe Taylor, and Wilbur Pan
April 14, 2017
Plus, the guys talk about finishing drawer sides, planing curly maple, and all-time favorite techniques and tools. They also answer an age-old question: How important is a fore plane?
March 31, 2017
Plus, storing handplanes, swapping motors on a dangerous jointer, all time favorite techniques and furniture, and a listener asks the question, why does my plank stank?
March 17, 2017
Which bandsaw blades do you really need? Waterstones: to soak or not to soak. Plus all time favorite techniques and tools (hint: Matt has discovered tape, but it’s not blue!).
March 3, 2017
Advice for putting together a hand-tool kit, and some solid advice on picking hammers and mallets for woodworking. Plus, a question about contrast and smooth moves and favorite furniture.
February 17, 2017
Plus the guys talk about keeping stains off workpieces, drill-press mortising attachments, grain direction on tabletops, and Ben makes everyone squirm with one of his favorites.
February 3, 2017
Bench tips for a fledgling woodworker. Plus a call for help, an update on SawStop vs. Bosch, and our all-time favorite furniture and tools.
January 20, 2017
Using a cast-iron vise as an end vise, tips on shipping furniture safely, and Matt is haunted by saw diapers. Plus smooth moves and all-time favorite articles.
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