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15th - 17th November 2019 [Read Full Story]
Well, April is finally here and while that means spring is knocking on the door, it’s also a great time to start getting back into the workshop and dusting off those woodworking tools. So, in terms of what we have in store for you this month, we start off with a fantastic range of projects and turning articles, including John English showing that turning with carbide tools is an approachable method for any turner, and in his article he makes a number of legs for a foot stool. Next up, Lance Winter shows you how to make your very own wooden clamp, using threaded rod and rare earth magnets; also, with some cunning fakery Phil Davy conjures up an extra view; while Dave Roberts completes his classically inspired miniature folly; Glen Scott uses pieces of pre-dimensioned timber to make an effective bookshelf and storage solution, and last but not least, paying homage to internationally acclaimed woodturner Ray Key, Les Thorne finishes one of his part-turned pieces and also makes a tribute piece in his distinctive style.
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...from corner to corner
...for the Toughest Jobs on Planet Earth
...at the Woodspace UK - A Woodworking Space for Everyone
...A wood construction company is using professional power tools from Bosch for a safe outlook
...launched by HiKOKI Power Tools
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