Thursday 11 June 2015
In issue 233 of Furniture & Cabinetmaking, we have lots for you to enjoy. In our 'Projects & Techniques' section, David Barron makes a simple and robust Scandinavian bench; John Bullar looks at the use of Japanese joints in contemporary furniture; Derek Jones builds a Moxon BenchCrafted vice; Anne Briggs Bohnett explores the subject of boring tools; we have the next part of Mark Harrell's saw doctor articles; Franciszek de Sage shows how non-interventive techniques can be used to conserve a precious original piece; Charles Mak shares his techniques and tips to get more out of the Domino joiner and Derrick Wilkinson shows you how to make 'the world's best' finger joint jig.
In 'Design & Inspiration' we go in the workshop with planemaker Oliver Sparks; Joseph Thompson discusses chair repairs in 'Our Correspondent'; Yannick Chastang looks at the tools and techniques used by 18th Century craftsmen and we take a look at another prized lot from Bonhams' recent furniture auction.
As well as all this, we also have 'Leader' from the Editor; 'News & Events'; 'F&CUK'; 'Editor's Round-up' and 'Workshop Library', where we have a number of furniture-related reads that we think you'll enjoy, as well as our website of the month.
All this and more in issue 233 of Furniture & Cabinetmaking! Pick up your copy today or why not subscribe and save up to 30%? You can also download a copy to you digital device. Click here to find out more.
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