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STL 85: Furniture Maker Chris Gochnour

STL 85: Furniture Maker Chris Gochnour

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FWW contributor Chris Gochnour on his favorite tools, successes, and trials as a furniture maker

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STL 84: One Big Problem with Helical Cutterheads

STL 84: One Big Problem with Helical Cutterheads

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Helical cutterheads suck big power

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STL 74: Mastering the Molding Plane

STL 74: Mastering the Molding Plane

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Awesome molding planes, Matt Kenney's bogus sick call, plus your woodworking questions answered

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STL 73: Sticking it to the EU

STL 73: Sticking it to the EU

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Seems like some guys still rip without a fence. Plus—is it possible to outfit a European tablesaw with a dado set?

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STL 70: Lie-Nielsen Live

STL 70: Lie-Nielsen Live

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Hand tool maverick Thomas Lie-Nielsen sits down with Shop Talk Live

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STL 69: Mikes Goldrush Doppelganger

STL 69: Mike's Goldrush Doppelganger

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Is our very own Mike Pekovich a Discovery Channel television star? You be the judge.

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STL 66: SawStop Gets a Slider

STL 66: SawStop Gets a Slider

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This week we get a live report on new tools and machinery at the International Woodworking Fair, plus our tips on getting a serious start in furniture making.

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STL 64: Lie-Nielsens Epic Open House

STL 64: Lie-Nielsen's Epic Open House

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Matt Kenney on his visit to Lie-Nielsen's annual open house event, Smooth Moves, Tool Bombs, and your woodworking questions answered

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STL 63: The Micro-Sized Workshop

STL 63: The Micro-Sized Workshop

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Can you still build quality furniture in a workshop shoehorned into an apartment?

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STL 62: Chevrolets for Marquetry?

STL 62: Chevrolets for Marquetry?

Rusty tablesaws, vintage bandsaws, workbench conundrums, and the conclusion of our extended interview with furniture maker Patrick Edwards

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STL 61: Mind-Blowing Marquetry

STL 61: Mind-Blowing Marquetry

Shop Talk Live sits down with marquetry master and SAPFM Cartouche Award-winner W. Patrick Edwards

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STL 60: Dumpster Diving for Terrific Tools

STL 60: Dumpster Diving for Terrific Tools

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It might be trash to you, but they're terrific tool deals to us!

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STL 59: No Such Thing as Too Many Tools

STL 59: No Such Thing as Too Many Tools

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FWW contributing editor and tool junkie Roland Johnson takes your questions, and we reveal why anchor chain iron makes great chisels.

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STL 58: Is Woodworking an Art

STL 58: Is Woodworking an Art

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Is fine furniture a form of art? You be the judge as we duke it out.

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STL 57: Tablesaw Accident Update

STL 57: Tablesaw Accident Update

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A potential new miracle cure for tablesaw injuries? Plus, your woodworking questions and back cover editor Jon Binzen on acclaimed craftsmen, cantankerous woodworkers, and more!

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STL 56: James Krenovs Legacy Lives On

STL 56: James Krenov's Legacy Lives On

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This week we travel to James Krenov's College of the Redwoods as we interview lead instructor Laura Mays, and answer your woodworking questions.

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STL 55: Mikes Tool Chest Disaster

STL 55: Mike's Tool Chest Disaster

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Mike Pekovich comes clean about a recent tool chest disaster. Plus, your woodworking questions answered.

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STL 54: Greatest Hit and a Slight Delay

STL 54: Greatest Hit and a Slight Delay

This week, we're on vacation. So sit back and enjoy one of our greatest hits: it's our 2012 interview with Lee Valley's very own Robin Lee. Learn how your hand tools are made!

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STL 53: Bitchin Block Rabbet Planes

STL 53: Bitchin' Block Rabbet Planes

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Block plane debates, the merits of flocking boxes, reclaimed lumber, and more!

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STL 52: A Hit Man in the Workshop

STL 52: A Hit Man in the Workshop

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Get the inside scoop on weired woodworking road stories, the idea of hiring a hit man for bug-laden wood, and your workshop questions answered.

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