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Woodturning nr. 246

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Woodturning nr. 246
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In this month's issue:

In the newly designed November issue of Woodturning, Mark Sanger creates a seascape vessel and Mark Baker turns a supported lidded vessel. Also, in the first of a new series on workshop commissions, Richard Findley shows how he turns a pair of finials, John Jordan makes a textured candleholder and Nick Arnull makes an upholstered foot stool.

In terms of techniques, Kurt Hertzog looks at the subject of tailstock accessories, Philip Greenwood shows how to achieve an even edge on all natural edge turnings and Sue Harker explores the subject of repairing defects in your turnings.

On test this month we have the Axminster WD16F pillar drill, the Robert Sorby 86HS modular micro pen turning set and Hunter #3 Hercules tools. We also have a host of new products, book and DVD reviews.

In addition to all this, we also have a 20 minute interview with Barbara Dill, we profile ornamental turner Bill Ooms and have a special feature on the upcoming North of England Woodworking & Power tool show, plus all your favourite community pages.
All this and much more in issue 246 of Woodturning!


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