Thursday 22 May 2014
In issue 267 of Woodturning magazine we have lots for you to enjoy. In our 'Projects' section Stephen Hogbin shows you how to turn a plate into a boat-shaped bowl; Andrew Potocnik tells us what he does when he is faced with a pallet challenge; Philip Greenwood shows you how to make a simple deep rim plate and Guy Ravine makes a tall thimble stand in walnut.
In our 'Technical' section, Walter Hall explores the subject of pen making and answers some of the frequently asked questions that surround the popular topic; Richard Findley shares his hints and tips for turning on a large scale; we have part three of our 'starting turning' series, which explores the subject of workholding; Mark Sanger looks at natural-edge turning and shows you how to create a bowl with the bark intact; Kurt Hertzog looks into indexing systems and we have part two of our 'Glossary of terms'.
We also have three great features for you. We find out about woodturner Andy Cole; go in the workshop with Belgian turner Luc Boeye and Featured Artist Michael Foster shares his latest piece with us.
As well as all this, there is also our usual kit & tools pages, a leader from the Editor, community news pages and we also give you a sneak peek at the next issue.
All this and more in issue 267!
All this and more in issue 219! You can also download a digital copy of the magazine for your iPad, iPhone or Android device and save up to 42%. Click here for further details.
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