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Issue 322 of Woodturning is full of interesting projects for you to make. Neil Turner shows how create a highly desirable ring box, Mark Sanger explores hoop turning to create a sculptural form, Mike Darlow shows how to make a pepper grinder, Colwin Way gives a step-by-step guide to turn a multi-panel picture frame, Walter Hall explores making a wall clock and Chris west provides a plan for a honey twirl.
In our ‘Techniques’ section, Chris Graces starts a new series called Let’s Talk and in this issue he focuses on tools and equipment. Andy Coates explores cutting and turning crotch timber, Richard Findley’s Editor’s challenge this month is to turn an open-segment bowl, Mark Baker explores using two often underused techniques for minimising the results of catches.
Turn to our ‘Features’ pages for show report on the AAW 2018 symposium in Portland. John Plater considers turners forms with additions and/or parts removed and Geoffrey Laycock discusses hearing loss. Meanwhile our ‘Community’ pages provide all the latest news, events and social media highlights, while ‘Kits & Tools’ rounds up the tools and products on the market.
All this and more in issue 322 of Woodturning!