Online extras from FWW issue #284 Video: A Multifaceted Life Russ Fillbeck has been many things; submariner, woodworker, teacher, and philanthropist. In this interview, Russ shares his story, from how…
Using grinders, drill bits, power carvers, and various types of smoothing tools, Danny Kamerath turns chunks of wood into vessels that are works of art.
Contributing editor Christian Becksvoort builds a wall shelf that gives a nod to the Shakers while embracing a modern style.
Asa Christiana put 10 midsize belt sanders to work flat-sanding both panels and edges, sanding curves and tight corners, and using the tool as a stationary sander while clamped to a benchtop.
Mike Pekovich demonstrates how he uses his block plane to create roundovers and bullnose profiles, to make parts appear thinner or thicker, to exaggerate a curve, or even to make a straight edge appear curved.
Employing spacer blocks and setup pieces, the techniques Steve Latta uses in building this cabinet remove many of the pitfalls of case construction.
When he makes chairs, David Johnson blends the best techniques learned in a career studying and restoring chairs with woven seats.
When Leonard Butler set out to re-create the Jefferson lap desk, he didn't realize he'd be opening a window into history for aspiring woodworkers of all ages
Watch David Johnson's woven-seat stool come to be in this 5-minute video that goes from rough lumber to woven seat.
In this video, Asa Christiana demonstrates the test he put 10 belt sanders through so you know which one will earn its spot in your shop.
Nothing exemplifies the quality of an accomplished and experienced woodworker better than the full command of handplanes. In this online video class, teacher and furniture maker Mike Pekovich leads you…
In one of our most enlightening 7-question videos, Steve Latta answers life's tough questions, like what is your favorite tool and what makes you passionate about woodworking.
Russ Filbeck has been many things: submariner, woodworker, teacher, and philanthropist. In this interview, Russ shares his story, from how he started woodworking to his work helping President Carter raise money for his foundation, The Carter Center.
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