Lunch Pail Podcast - March 19, 2010comments (2) March 19th, 2010 in Blogs
This week, our staffers, led by associate editor Rob Yagid, hash it out over the recent lawsuit leveled against Ryobi power tools. Plus, our resident tipster and longest-serving staffer reflects on his nearly three decades behind the Tips department drawing board and overzealous use of expanding foam.
UPDATE March 19, 2010 - 3:04 p.m. (EST): Some 60 new lawsuits against tablesaw manufacturers are now in the works. Read more and watch Steve Gass' interview concerning the invention of SawStop technology. Plus, don't forget to take our poll.
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Fine Homebuilding's Official Lunch Pail Podcast
Friday, March 19, 2010
Tablesaw Lawsuit Sparks Questions
Read up on the lawsuit and stay tuned: we're working on a powerhouse guest to come on the podcast with super information on this story - from the inside! Check back in the coming weeks for details.
|Twenty Five Years of Your Tips
For well over 25 years, Chuck Miller has steered our tips column through hundreds-upon-hundreds of your best gems. We have a little fun with his elder statesman status and chat about the production of some of his latest There's a Better Way video tips.
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