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In issue 352 of Woodturning magazine we have lots for you to enjoy. In Projects, Jason Breach makes a small table with tricky offset brackets; Steve Bisco shows us how to set out and carve spirals on a turned vase; Andrew Potocnik creates a rectangular platter combining turning and carving; Ian Woodford brings an antique-style pillar clock design up to date; Andy Coates continues his series on turning sovereign balls; Les Symonds turns a two-part vase with a multi-axis embellishment; and Mike Stafford turns a Japanese-style rice bowl.
In our Techniques section, Brian Kaminsky explains how to sharpen the bowl, spindle and detail gouges; Richard Findley is challenged to turn a fascinating puzzle, known as a Singapore ball; Kurt Hertzog answers readers’ questions; Mark F. Palma shows you how to tune up your chuck in five minutes; and Stewart Furini demonstrates a few easy techniques for adding colour with paintbrushes.
In Features, Provence-based turner Yann Marot shares how his work has become more and more creative over the years; Nick Simpson (aka Prof Bergenstrauser) tells us about his British Woodturner of the Year 2019 winning piece, Breakfast with the Alchemist; Emiliano Achaval discusses the pros and cons of Interactive Remote Demonstrations; and Pete Moncrieff-Jury looks at the hazards of toxic timber.
Plus we have the latest news from the woodturning community and a sneak peek of our next issue.
All this and more in Woodturning 352!
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