Thursday 13 June 2013
This month in Woodworking Plans & Projects, Michael Puryear makes a cart to wheel your boards around the workshop, while The Editor makes a refined table in the Shaker style. Kevin Ley builds a tall chest of drawers with fumed oak and spalted beech, and Fred & Julie Byrne make a stylish light box on the scrollsaw. Mark Baker is at the lathe to turn a meat tenderiser, Simon Rodway designs a heavy-duty workbench, and Anthony Bailey makes his own version of a somewhat forgotten tool - the scratchstock. In techniques, we show you how to de-rust your tools through the wonder of electrolysis. Walter Hall is once again in the Machine Workshop, this time covering the subject of extraction, and James Hatter shows you how to make and fit skirting. Features this month include The Editor's look at an old Ohio jack plane, we find out about Woodland Heritage, and we catch up with time-served chippy Bill Francis in My Working Day.
On test, we look at Jost abrasives and Bosch extraction in Craftsman's Corner. We also take a close look at Trend's diamond plate and lapping fluid. As always, we have news on the latest tools, gadgets and gizmos, and upcoming events in the woodworking world. Finally, this month there's a chance to win one of 50 bottles of Elmer's Glue-All Max, and we give you details of the Triton Woodworker of the Year competitions too! A veritable smorgasbord of all things wood.
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