New Release of SketchUp-Make & Pro 2013
About a year ago, Google sold SketchUp to Trimble, and an updated version of our favorite woodworking design and planning software has just been released.
The Chronicle Herald
Smith, Flemming score big at Petty, Scotia
Greg Proude , John Flemming and Shawn Turple celebrated on the podium with Lucas Oil representative John Coyle at the Lucas Oil 150.
Wed May 22, 2013
Dansville-Genesee Country Expres
Turning reclaimed wood into furniture
Three years ago, a visionary project called the Urban Tree Forge almost toppled with the death of founder John Metzler.
Look it Up or Suffer Under it: Resistentialism
When I teach a woodworking class, I give my students free reign with my tools. It's a great way for them to get a feel for tools that are sharp and in order.
Mon May 20, 2013
The Columbus Dispatch
Grant to help refurbish warehouse for Columbus Idea Foundry
The E-Edition includes all of the news, comics, classifieds and advertisements of the newspaper.
Thu May 16, 2013
Saws Cut Off 4,000 Fingers A Year. This Gadget Could Fix That.
A man took an Oscar Meyer wiener and pushed it into the blade of a table saw spinning 4,000 times per minute.
Wed May 15, 2013
Detroit's Ponyride 'a castle for opportunity'
The inside of 1401 Vermont St., once just another abandoned warehouse in a city rife with them, now bursts with energy, thanks to what could be the most unique collection of businesses in a single structure in the city.
Tue May 14, 2013
Silicon Alley Insider
Man Sticks Finger Into Table Saw To Test Incredible Safety Invention
So inventor and amateur woodworker Steve Gass came up with a safety mechanism that can distinguish flesh from wood, stopping the saw blade within one-hundreth of a second when it senses that a finger may be in harms way.
Mon May 13, 2013
3 questions with Phil Lowe
About a month ago, I spent the afternoon at Phil Lowe's school and shop, taking photos for an upcoming Fine Woodworking article.
Fri May 10, 2013
Huntsville carpenter to recreate 18th century French table after exceeding Kickstarter fundraising goal
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama - John Leko's love of carpentry started more than a decade ago when he and his wife bought a condo and decided to do some remodeling at their new home.
Shop Talk Live 31: Ditch That Miter
This week on Shop Talk Live , our editors answer questions on everything from miter saws, planers, and bandsaws--to options for rehabbing a massive 12-ft. long workbench! Every two weeks, a team of Fine Woodworking staffers answer questions from readers on Shop Talk Live, Fine Woodworking's biweekly podcast.
Thu May 09, 2013
Your News Now
Wilde About Texas: Telling Central Texas' history through furniture
When German immigrants arrived in Central Texas, they set up communities and continued to use the skills they used in Europe-one of those skills being furniture-making. "It's an existence that's hard for us to fathom, with all the things we have," Carolyn Baer with the Museum of Texas Handmade Furniture said.
New Times SLO
Feathers and knives
Gleaming steel knives sit in a red velvet-lined box. The curved three-inch blades are menacing, despite their size.
Wed May 08, 2013
Can I Keep the Tools I Use in My Business if I File for Bankruptcy?
Your business and your individual life may be inseparable. This is often true of sole proprietors and small business owners, as well as freelancers who work in a variety of trades such as: As a business owner in this situation, you may use property you personally own to make a living.
Hamilton Mountain News
The greatest hobby in the world
For 61-year-old Roy Winders, there is no better hobby than donning his red woolen jacket and assuming the persona of the much-revered Captain Winders.
Road-tested: The 'Milkman's Workbench'
I'm in Fort Collins, Colo., for an in-house conference where editors and community leaders in all areas of our parent company, F+W Media , are getting together to share ideas, talk about the business etc.
Tue May 07, 2013
San Jacinto: Woodworking show, competition set next weekend
David Santos is seen making toys at D & D Woodworks. He has donated more than 22,000 toys during the past seven years.
Home Channel News
Craftsman revamps woodworking line
It's a job that keeps him busy in recent months. During a National Hardware Show media event here that showcased new Craftsman tools, including a line of revamped saw blades set to hit Sears stores in May, Kulig shared his mission: "We want to bring the woodworker back to Sears," Kulig said.
The Wichita Eagle
State fair clown's estate up for auction
Now what is left of Bardo the Clown's estate will be put on the auction block. After 67 years as a clown, a sign painter and an artist, J.B. Holdren died in his trailer at age 93 on Jan.
Facebook video catches theft suspect
Suspect Richard Snyder, 48, failed to notice a surveillance camera was pointing right at him when loading up a table saw and other woodworking equipment into his pickup truck.