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Fine Woodworking: Reviews and opinions

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Soms leuke artikelen, maar teveel gericht op de hobbyist. Professioneel heb je er niet zoveel aan. Het blad lijkt me ook erg afhankelijk van adverteerders en dat zie je terug in de artikelen.
Meubelmakerij Sam on 24-07-2015
Fine woodworking is a nice magazine. Always, I look forward when a new edition is about to appear. I would appreciate it very much if the measurements of the projects described in the magazine could be converted to the centimeter system.
Gerda on 28-06-2014
Very good magazine even for an amateur like myself. The printng is high quality, the photos in the magazine are really well done too, the subject choice is nice, there's always a few longer articles that is interesting to read. It is not flooded by commercials (unlike many other magazines).
csaba on 31-01-2014
Great inspiring magazine, for both the starting woodworker and the experienced woodworker. Lots of great tips from other woodworkers, usually a project for a beginner/intermediate and a project for a professional. On the back there are very inspiring (furniture/art) pieces and the making off.. is on the page(s) before that. I am not practising woodworking at this moment (no time or space) but I still enjoy reading the magazine and saving it for when I do have a space where I can start to collect/build my own workshop. The website is also very inspiring. The only downside to the magazine is that it is a US magazine. That means:
- All machines, tools, other equipment that are evaluated are those that are available in the US, availability in Europe may vary or brands that are available here are not mentioned
- The imperial system is used instead of the metric system (inches instead of cm)

- I'd love to have a (separate) English to Dutch vocabulary list of woodworking. (Een vertaling van het engelse vakjargon naar het nederlandse). It would be a great idea if something like that could be offered along with the magazine.

I've been receiving the magazine for about 6 years now, and although it took long to receive the first magazine (a couple of months after subscribing) it now falls on my doormat regularly. It's like a little gift each time!

Debbie on 07-12-2012
Very good magazine - plenty of great tips and in-depth information on everything you need to know. Only drawback is that the tools available in the US are not quite as accessible here (and often not at all) so product reviews are less relevant sometimes. But there is so much else that is useful that I can highly recommend it.
As for the subscription, I've had the same experience as one of the other commenters here, that the publisher thought I only had a subscription for one year when it was 2. Ivo will sort out those quirks though, so no worries.
Cees Klumper on 25-02-2011
The best there is ...
best pictures, best drawings...
some problems with the delivery...
I paid for 2 years and after a year the publisher thougt it was only for 1 year...
marc Reymen on 10-09-2010
I find FWW to be a good quality magazine. I am learning lots from FWW; it ties in well with my level of skills and interests.
I wouldn't mind them turning it into a monthly magazine. I really love their website too.
Hans van der Jagt on 16-04-2010
I've received three copies of 'Fine woodworking'so far and every time I am really looking forward to the next copy. Great pictures of furniture and how to make it. Good explanation on wood working techniques.
Frank on 02-03-2010
I already know the magazine since I started my cabinetmakers live about or more than 30 years ago. Always and every time a wonderful experience to open a new edition. The articles, the advertising, the beautiful workspecials, but most of all the fact that I feel so reconized in my sometimes lonely struggle for quality and devotion. We are not alone and very presitant keeping up true appereances. so go one with the good work. Wout de Moor, Netherlands, Groningen.
wout de moor on 28-02-2010
A very good magazine with a rich diversity of subjects ranging from finishes to very complicated designs.
Michel on 14-04-2009
I have a subscription on Fine Woodworking for about 5 years and though I read a lot of other American and English woodworking magazine's Fine Woodworking is the magazine I like the best. I think they have a good balance in modern woodworking equipment (power- and hand tools) and the more traditional approach. I like that: keep the best from the past and ad the advantages of the new technologies. Every time it arrives I spend quite some evenings reading it! I did build quite some projects out of the magazine. Most of them are within my skill reach but some are simply to advance for me, especially when carving is involved, but still … one has to have something to dream about (perhaps one day I might be able to make such a fine piece…). I also think their shop tips section is really great and practical. So, please get on with the good work!
Robert Schoolkate on 07-11-2008
I've got no expirience with other wood-working magazines so I can't compare. However I don't like it. Far too much handcrafted work which needs years of expierience where as there are tools nowadays which could help a lot in making nice furniture. There is too much "doing it the old way".
Henk on 17-09-2008
Fine Woodworking shows you how to make beautiful furniture.
However, the skills you need to reproduce the same results as the professional are of a very high level.
I did not like the whole lot off advertising but realise this is necessary for such a magazine.
I enjoied reading the magazine for a couple off years and will probably get a subscription in a couple off years from now.
Roel de Vries on 11-09-2008
Best magazine ever seen...
Attractive to the eye full of usefull info...
Very beautifull photo's and even nicer drawings....
Marc Reymen
Reymen Marc on 04-09-2008
Geert van Dijk is directeur van de Arnhemse Fijnhouthandel ( en adviseert zijn klanten dagelijks over het gebruik van hout. Hij heeft al jaren een abonnement op Fine Woodworking en schrijft hierover het volgende:

Fine woodworking is by far the best magazine for wood-enthousiasts I have ever seen. Beautifull photo's and well explaining drawings of woodworking and furniture. Don't disturb me for a vew hours when my copy arrives!
Geert van Dijk on 16-12-2004
The best woodworking magazine on planet earth.
Wirthwhile to leave your wife (for a couple of hours).
flying gouda on 19-11-2004
Good explanations on different techniques on how to make furniture. Especially a lot of technical information. Very good photography.
Ivo on 19-11-2004

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