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In issue 336 of Woodturning magazine we have lots for you to enjoy. In Projects, Emiliano Achaval and Guilio Marcolongo collaborate to create a practical tea caddy; in the first part of a new series on box-making, Jason Breach shows how to make an elegant item; Les Symonds makes a Charles Rennie Mackintosh-inspired oak side table; Mark Sanger creates a sculptural form inspired by seashells; Walter Hall turns a lighthouse-shaped box; and Chris West makes a swivel-lid box with a magnetic catch.
In our Techniques section, Jason Breach shares his thoughts on making better boxes; Richard Findley’s Editor’s challenge is to use gold leaf for the first time; Andy Coates ponders the possibilities of vessels based on the design of amphorae; Ernie Conover shares his tips for duplication turning; Kurt Hertzog answers readers’ questions; and Geoffrey Laycock looks at power supply in a new workshop.
In Features, Paul Hannaby gives an insight into a major display and sale of Ray Key’s work; Mark Baker reports on the AAW 2019 symposium; we meet American turner Paul Grenier; and Pete Moncrieff-Jury asks whether turning rules can be broken.
As well as all this, we also have our usual Kit & Tools pages, Leader from the Editor, Community news and a sneak peek of our next issue.
All this and more in Woodturning 336!