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2017: American Woodturner, Vol. 32, No 1

 

Features

  • The Scales and Chords of Spindle Turning Practice makes perfect when mastering the fundamentals, by Kip Christensen.
  • Inset Bottle Opener A project to pry the top off your imagination, by Rick O’Ryan.
  • Bulletproof Pen Finishes The rigors of hard use require just the right finish. Kurt Hertzog shows us how.
  • Turn a Better Mallet Elegant, resilient, and very handy; take a whack at turning this immensely useful tool, by Janet A. Collins.
  • Metal Accent Ring Done Right Bill Ooms outlines metal handling techniques that accommodate the shrink-swell capacity of wood.
  • Through the Eyes of AnotheIn spite of worsening eyesight, Jim Nickless found a way to stay focused on turning.
  • Turn a Half-Moon Purse Step outside the box with Janice Levi as she shows us how to create a beautiful piece of wearable art.
  • Drawn to Form: Multiaxis Hollow Forms Ian Stewart demonstrates his process of multiaxis turning with a lidded box form.
  • Discarded Wood Reveals Inspiring History Repurposing waste maple from a Pittsburgh landmark, by Leslie Struthers.
  • Bits and Pieces–Impressions from the 5th Segmenting Symposium A showcase for turners pushing the boundaries of what’s possible with wood, by Jerry Bennett.
  • Tooling Around Sheffield With a little help from his friends, Steve Forrest visits the Robert Sorby tool plant.
  • Janet Collins—Turner, Furniture Maker, Educator Doyenne of woodworking, Janet Collins has grown from an uncertain beginner to an accomplished maker and respected mentor, by John Kelsey.

 

 

 

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