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Thursday 1 December 2016

In issue 300 of Woodturning, we have lots for you to enjoy, in ‘Techniques’ Richard Findley takes a look at involuted turning; Richard Raffan designs and turns a set of plates; Kurt Hertzog talks about ‘the biggest wins’; Ernie Conover tackles the myths surrounding metal chucks; and Chris Hart continues his series on ornamental turning.
In ‘Projects’, Andy Coates makes a bench mallet; Colwin Way continues his Christmas turnings with a set of table skittles; Gary Miller provides some plans for Christmas tree decorations; and John Hawkswell makes a magic wand, magnifying and a letter opener.
In ‘Features’ we have a profile on Jim O’Donnell; Briony Darnley reports on Wizardry in Wood 2016; and Kim Gowney tells us about how his experimentation led to a beautiful bowl.
Finally, we have lot’s for you to enjoy in our ‘Community’ pages, including; the latest news and events and important dates for your diary; a few letters the Editor has received from you, the readers; our Kit & Tools page filled with a mixture of press releases and tests showing the latest on the market; as well as a sneak peak at our next issue; a report on the AAW; and meet our contributors.
All this and more in the Woodturning issue 300, so be sure to get yourself a copy, or why not  subscribe and save up to 30%?