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Get a sneak peek at a few of the hot new tools set to make their debut at the 2010 International Woodworking Fair!
FWW EXCLUSIVE: Bosch's newest miter saw is in a class by itself.
This shop-made bench is always the right height no mattter what the task.
Sign up to win a new shop valued at nearly $5000.
Interesting information is revealed in the second half of the Carlos Osorio lawsuit.
At first glance the lawsuit looks like a slam dunk for the defense team and Ryobi, but court records paint a different picture.
Bosch's new slider doesn't have slide tubes, so you can put it right against the wall.
Mystic, CT home of the Mystic Seaport is hosting an antique tool auction Friday June 4th, at the Hilton Hotel.
New Cabinet Saw from SawStop runs on 110-volt power.
In March, a jury awarded $1.5 million in a case against Ryobi for a benchtop tablesaw injury, claiming that the saw should have been equipped with flesh-sensing, blade-braking technology, such as the SawStop system. The verdict, which has major implications for the tool industry, set off a flurry of commentary on the Internet.
His workspace looks like any other woodshop, but his projects are anything but ordinary.
Inspired by the lightwieght, high-strength components found in helicopters, Bridge City Tool Works has made a work of art that planes wood.
Team Hackman has cut everything from automobiles to Zambonis with their trusty recip saws.
Pick your favorite tools in a short survey and you might win a great prize.
Ten years after selling their catalog business to Amazon, the original tool E-tailer is back.
754 lots of antique tools and tool collectables are hitting the auction block.
Canadian woodworkers can now get Grizzly machinery with less hassle.
Despite improved guards and the addition of riving knives, tablesaw injuries are still alarmingly common.
For the ultimate in portable dust collection, match an Oneida Dust Deputy to your Festool dust-collecting vacuum.
Hundreds of antique tools hit the auction block this Saturday in York, Pa.
Defective wiring in Rockler's mini goose-neck light can cause the battery to overheat and explode.
Personal protective equipment now comes in kid-friendly sizes.
Funiture makers often adopt new technologies to save time and lower costs, but some woodworkers say using CNC machinery isn't woodworking. What do you say?
Del's machine isn't for working wood, but rather a wooden, working machine.
Old marketing materials offer timeless gift-giving advice.
Some tool ideas should be left on the drawing board.
Cutting joints by hand requires a new tool kit.
Ever wonder how to cut huge logs into 3- and 4-foot wide slabs? This might explain it.
Norm dedicates a new exhibit at Old Sturbridge Village and talks about woodworking, his life, and his plans for the future.
Belt sander racing brings new meaning to the expression, "Eat my dust!"
After a major overhaul, my $70 benchtop mortiser is ready for action.
Used tools and equipment are often a good deal, but sometimes you get less than you bargained for.
Grizzly has recalled several hundred model G0640X 17-inch bandsaws because of a shock hazard.
A 2010 calender featuring vintage hand planes shows American ingenuity at its finest.
It might be a family heirloom or it might be brand new, but everybody has a favorite woodworking tool.
Temporarily deprived of his wood shop, a tool addict finds solace at the Connecticut Antique Machinery Association Museum.
Some Ridgid model 4511 granite-topped, tablesaws are being recalled for faulty blade arbors.
Fine Woodworking is planning a head-to-head test of benchtop tablesaws for our annual Tools and Shops issue and we'd like your input.
Lamello's Clamex makes it easy to build and assemble flat-pack furniture.
With the soft-close mechanism tucked inside the hinge cup, Clip top Blumotion hinges provide an uncluttered look, but they won't be available till this time next year.
Resealable plastic cups for spray guns make saving finishes and cleanup easier.
Tapering and box-joint jigs from Rockler set up fast.
Fine Woodworking followed veteran racer Scott Rhodes and his tricked-out Valkryie belt sander at the 2009 world championship race.
Complete with an integral mounting bracket, the adjustable soft-close works with face-frame and frameless cabinets and is suitable for new and retrofit applications.
New beading bits and a specialty bit for stile and rail intersections from Kreg eliminates applied moldings and speeds assembly.
Tool Chest Contest winner, Gregg Novosad of Palatine, Ill claims his prize at the 2009 AWFS Fair.
With a crosscut capacity that rivals 12-inch models, Makita's new 10-inch sliding miter saw looks like a winner.
How much does it cost for a moving company to relocate a small shop 300 miles?