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Woodturning nr 266

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Woodturning nr 266
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In this month's issue:

In issue 266 of Woodturning magazine we have lots for you to enjoy. In our ‘Projects' section Mike Freeman shows you how to make a quirky ‘lighthouse' shaped napkin ring stand; Sue Harker is inspired by the Art Deco era and makes an Art Deco vase; Philip Greenwood turns a decorative box on a stand and Guy Ravine shows you how to make an elegant ring-stand.

Our ‘Technical' section has the second part of Mark Baker's series, in which he explores lathes and their various components; Richard Findley gives us an insight into the life of a production turner, looking at the different areas and explores how they all contribute to making each job a success; Kurt Hertzog tells you everything you need to know about inlaying; we have Mark Sanger looking at methods of making hollow forms and the first in a new series, in which MarkBaker introduces you to some key woodworking terms.

We also have three great features for you; Dan Tilden talks through the process of making his ‘Walkabout' vessel; we go ‘In the workshop' with Joe Jedrychowski and Terry Martin takes a look at a traditional woodturnng in China.

All this, as well as our usual Kit & tools, Leader from Editor Mark Baker, Round & about pages and a sneak peek of our next issue.

All this and more in Woodturning 266!


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