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How Does a Fine Woodworker Change a Lightbulb?

How Does a Fine Woodworker Change a Lightbulb?

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We answer the age-old question and fill our readership in on an upcoming live event with your favorite woodworkers

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John Camerons Massachusetts Ming

John Cameron's Massachusetts Ming

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John Cameron's new white oak chairs blend Ming Dynasty elegance with contemporary Western practicality. In this audio slide show he gives a guided tour of the new chairs and describes the process of designing and building them.

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May I present FWW managing editor Tom McKenna

May I present FWW managing editor Tom McKenna

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Catch a glimpse of the lighter side of our managing editor at work

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Cutting Bench Makes it easy to convert fresh-cut logs into turning blanks

Cutting Bench Makes it easy to convert fresh-cut logs into turning blanks

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Use this bench and a chainsaw to make bowl and spindle blanks for woodturning.

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Aled Lewis: Woodworking Odyssey

Aled Lewis: Woodworking Odyssey

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Center for Furniture Craftsmanship teacher Aled Lewis left behind a commercial shop, lured by the yearning to build one-of-a-kind pieces of handcrafted furniture.

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Hidden Genius: The Extraordinary Furniture of Roentgen

Hidden Genius: The Extraordinary Furniture of Roentgen

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In the Roentgen's 18-century furniture, lavish marquetry and ornament conceals brilliant mechanical workings

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Time lapse sequence of turning a toy top

Time lapse sequence of turning a toy top

Watch woodturner Joe Larese turn a top in this time lapse video sequence.

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Robert Ericksons Chairs: Angle of Repose

Robert Erickson's Chairs: Angle of Repose

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Working in the off-the-grid shop he built forty years ago near Nevada City, California, self-taught woodworker Robert Erickson has earned a national reputation for his chairs.

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Peter Galberts House of Windsor

Peter Galbert's House of Windsor

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Peter Galbert makes Windsor chairs in a house whose origins go back 210 years to its first owner—another Windsor chairmaker. Explore his new shop in the old house and catch a glimpse of his stunning chairs.

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Inside the Shaker Workshop

Inside the Shaker Workshop

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When it came to woodworking technology, the Shakers were right at the forefront

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Silas Kopf: Majoring in Marquetry

Silas Kopf: Majoring in Marquetry

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Silas Kopf is the most prominent American master of marquetry on furniture. This audio slide show presents a wide array of his accomplished work.

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From Raw Steel to Righteous Tool

From Raw Steel to Righteous Tool

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Watch tool maker John Neeman at work forging a timbler slick with a traditional socket handle.

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The first-ever FWW Live, as it happened

The first-ever FWW Live, as it happened

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Our most passionate readers and popular authors descended on lovely New Paltz, NY, for Fine Woodworking's first-ever conference. I left inspired and informed, with a few hundred new friends.

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MIT Students and Professor Invent Handheld CNC Router System

MIT Students and Professor Invent Handheld CNC Router System

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Could this device change the future of woodworking?

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Combining My Passions For Bikes and Furniture Making

Combining My Passions For Bikes and Furniture Making

I love to make furniture and I love to make and ride bikes. Here is a fun video where I combine the two by making handlebars out of wood. Then I shred.

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Peter Sandback Nails His Designs

Peter Sandback Nails His Designs

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Peter Sandback creates beautiful inlay with nails. Find out how he does it in a Masters of the Craft audio slideshow.

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Japanese Chisel Tuneup - Part 2

Japanese Chisel Tuneup - Part 2

In part two of a three-part series on tuning up Japanese chisels, learn tips on back-flattening and sharpening.

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Should Woodworkers Say Goodbye to Ebony?

Should Woodworkers Say Goodbye to Ebony?

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I stumbled across this video while reading the woodworking subreddit on reddit. Bob Taylor, a co-founder of Taylor Guitars, provides a unique perspective on the availability of ebony and explains what role he has in providing it to instrument makers. It's not clear if this is where our ebony comes from, too.

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Liam Flynn: Virtuoso Vessel Maker

Liam Flynn: Virtuoso Vessel Maker

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Using straightforward turning and carving techniques, Irish woodworker Liam Flynn turns extraordinary vessels from green wood and enriches their refined forms with freehand fluting. This slideshow presents an array of his work and methods.

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How to Slice the Toughest Material Known to Man

How to Slice the Toughest Material Known to Man

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FWW art director Mike Pekovich can out-sharpen almost any woodworker we know! Watch him get put to the test in this short video.

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