Thursday 14 July 2016
In issue 295 of Woodturning, we have lots for you to enjoy, in ‘Projects’ Bob Chapman experiments with turning pencils; Colwin Way combines spindle turning, faceplate work and joinery; and Dave Springett starts turning an egg and rose.
In our ‘Technical’ section Richard Findley explores multi-axis turning; Andy Coates looks at the equipment and techniques for making boxes; Kurt Hertzog looks at turning your first segmented piece; Peter Westermann offers four design options for natural edge bowls; A discourse about the ‘modern’ skew chisel and convexed grinding takes Rod Tallack back some 60 years; and Philip Greenwood looks at the different jaw types and sizes.
In ‘Features’, we meet Jon Siegel; Terry Martin bids farewell to Neil Scobie; Editor Mark Baker visits Woodworks@Daventry; and we look at Derek Andrews piece ‘Very Very Frightening’.
As well as all this, we also have our usual ‘Kit & Tools’ pages, ‘Leader’ from the Editor, ‘Community news’, ‘Community letters’ as well as a sneak peek of our next issue.
All this and more in the Woodturning issue 295, so be sure to get yourself a copy, or why not subscribe and save up to 30%?
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