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Furniture & Cabinetmaking Magazine February 2012 Back Issue

English 108 Reviews   •  English   •   Hobbies & Crafts (Woodworking) Only $7.99
In issue 189 of F&C Alan Holtham extends the life of your bandsaw blades, John Bullar demonstrates some quick cheats to dovetail perfection, Peter Sefton talks all things drawer runners, Andy Lockhart’s building his own solar powered kiln and shares the results and Yannick Chastang gives us four different formulas for his favourite finish, which is wax. Plus Karl Holtey explains double dovetails in part two of his article on making your own box mitre infill plane and Michael Huntley’s here with a winter workshop warmer.

Derek Jones is getting more while spending less in his leader, Vanessa Austin Locke talks to Scott Friedman about his journey from NYC architect to Colorado furniture maker and we interview Sebastian Cox who was awarded a prize for Outstanding Design in The Wood Awards 2011.

Michael Bloomstein gets more than he bargained for with the Veritas bevel up smoother, Derek Jones tests Festool’s new Domino, Anthony Bailey tries out the Microclene MC3000 ambient air filter and we bring you our pick of tools and machines on the market along with top woodburners for your workshop. And of course, there are all the regular features in Your F&C.
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Furniture & Cabinetmaking

February 2012 In issue 189 of F&C Alan Holtham extends the life of your bandsaw blades, John Bullar demonstrates some quick cheats to dovetail perfection, Peter Sefton talks all things drawer runners, Andy Lockhart’s building his own solar powered kiln and shares the results and Yannick Chastang gives us four different formulas for his favourite finish, which is wax. Plus Karl Holtey explains double dovetails in part two of his article on making your own box mitre infill plane and Michael Huntley’s here with a winter workshop warmer. Derek Jones is getting more while spending less in his leader, Vanessa Austin Locke talks to Scott Friedman about his journey from NYC architect to Colorado furniture maker and we interview Sebastian Cox who was awarded a prize for Outstanding Design in The Wood Awards 2011. Michael Bloomstein gets more than he bargained for with the Veritas bevel up smoother, Derek Jones tests Festool’s new Domino, Anthony Bailey tries out the Microclene MC3000 ambient air filter and we bring you our pick of tools and machines on the market along with top woodburners for your workshop. And of course, there are all the regular features in Your F&C.


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In issue 189 of F&C Alan Holtham extends the life of your bandsaw blades, John Bullar demonstrates some quick cheats to dovetail perfection, Peter Sefton talks all things drawer runners, Andy Lockhart’s building his own solar powered kiln and shares the results and Yannick Chastang gives us four different formulas for his favourite finish, which is wax. Plus Karl Holtey explains double dovetails in part two of his article on making your own box mitre infill plane and Michael Huntley’s here with a winter workshop warmer.

Derek Jones is getting more while spending less in his leader, Vanessa Austin Locke talks to Scott Friedman about his journey from NYC architect to Colorado furniture maker and we interview Sebastian Cox who was awarded a prize for Outstanding Design in The Wood Awards 2011.

Michael Bloomstein gets more than he bargained for with the Veritas bevel up smoother, Derek Jones tests Festool’s new Domino, Anthony Bailey tries out the Microclene MC3000 ambient air filter and we bring you our pick of tools and machines on the market along with top woodburners for your workshop. And of course, there are all the regular features in Your F&C.
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Furniture & Cabinet Making is the UK’s only magazine dedicated to the finer aspects of contemporary and classic woodwork. With an emphasis on quality, the magazine aims to promote excellence in furniture making by showcasing modern and classic furniture design and the associated techniques. Topical features, reports of major shows, plus important industry news and reliable reviews of machine tools and hand tools complete the mix of content that makes F&C an essential read for the furniture maker.

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