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Varegrupper / Woodturning nr. 279

Woodturning nr. 279


In this month's issue:

In issue 279 of Woodturning magazine we have lots for you to enjoy. In ‘Projects', Bob Chapman makes two London plane bowls using locally sourced timber; Jim Duxbury makes a lighthouse pepper mill; Robert Wicks shows you how to make a bespoke wooden lathe stand and the Editor shares three different bowl and platter designs for you to make.

In our ‘Technical' section, Mark Sanger looks at adding decoration to supported forms; Richard Findley looks at skew chisel problems; Walter Hall takes you through the steps for modifying two slimline pen kits; Kurt Hertzog shares his top tips for piercing and creating irregular shapes; Anthony Bailey and Mark Baker look at cutting even depth router cuts on curved surfaces; Dave Bates examines commonly found garden trees and shrubs and Philip Greenwood shares his tips for creating a multi-functional mirror on a stand.

In ‘Features', we meet artist-turned woodturner Ted Sokolowski; Manfred Diekenbrock tells us about his workshop and turning experiences; Rowland Penfold looks at the relevance of woodturning and Nick Agar shares one of his sculptural turned pieces.

As well as all this, we also have our usual ‘Kit & Tools' pages, ‘Leader' from the Editor, ‘Community News' as well as a sneak peek at our next issue.

All this and more in Woodturning 279!

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