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Woodworking Crafts Magazine August 2013 Back Issue

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In the August issue of Woodworking Plans & Projects, Jim Robinson makes an attractive oak dresser. The Editor makes a bookstand in this month’s RouterCentric, and also shows you how to make your very own scraper plane. Mark Baker takes to the lathe to turn some serviette rings, Simon Rodway soaks up the sun with a sturdy folding deckchair, and John Morgan gets his kids involved as they make a scrollsawn toucan together. Kevin Ley is back, this time making a series of display cases using zebrano and glass. In techniques, Anthony Bailey shows you how to fit a shooting handle to an old jack plane, Walter Hall brings you the final Machine Workshop, focusing this time on router tables, and James Hatter shows you how to build your very own workshop. Features this month include a look at London pattern hammers of yesteryear, the story of the wonderful St. Albans Wood Recycling, and we meet James Firth-Haydon, an employee of Wenban-Smith’s timber merchants.
On test, we’re go plane crazy with the Triton TRPUL unlimited depth rebate planer, we look at five of the best floor finishes, and in Craftsman’s Corner have a go on a new plunge saw from FLEX and Hitachi’s latest four-piece site kit. As always, we’ve got Hot Stuff – our monthly review of the best tools and gadgets, and Noticeboard, where we let you know what’s going on in the world of wood. Finally, we’re giving away some fantastic safety socks from Workforce, and we’ve got details on how to enter Triton’s Woodworker and Young Woodworker of the Year competitions. Don’t miss out!
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August 2013 In the August issue of Woodworking Plans & Projects, Jim Robinson makes an attractive oak dresser. The Editor makes a bookstand in this month’s RouterCentric, and also shows you how to make your very own scraper plane. Mark Baker takes to the lathe to turn some serviette rings, Simon Rodway soaks up the sun with a sturdy folding deckchair, and John Morgan gets his kids involved as they make a scrollsawn toucan together. Kevin Ley is back, this time making a series of display cases using zebrano and glass. In techniques, Anthony Bailey shows you how to fit a shooting handle to an old jack plane, Walter Hall brings you the final Machine Workshop, focusing this time on router tables, and James Hatter shows you how to build your very own workshop. Features this month include a look at London pattern hammers of yesteryear, the story of the wonderful St. Albans Wood Recycling, and we meet James Firth-Haydon, an employee of Wenban-Smith’s timber merchants. On test, we’re go plane crazy with the Triton TRPUL unlimited depth rebate planer, we look at five of the best floor finishes, and in Craftsman’s Corner have a go on a new plunge saw from FLEX and Hitachi’s latest four-piece site kit. As always, we’ve got Hot Stuff – our monthly review of the best tools and gadgets, and Noticeboard, where we let you know what’s going on in the world of wood. Finally, we’re giving away some fantastic safety socks from Workforce, and we’ve got details on how to enter Triton’s Woodworker and Young Woodworker of the Year competitions. Don’t miss out!


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In the August issue of Woodworking Plans & Projects, Jim Robinson makes an attractive oak dresser. The Editor makes a bookstand in this month’s RouterCentric, and also shows you how to make your very own scraper plane. Mark Baker takes to the lathe to turn some serviette rings, Simon Rodway soaks up the sun with a sturdy folding deckchair, and John Morgan gets his kids involved as they make a scrollsawn toucan together. Kevin Ley is back, this time making a series of display cases using zebrano and glass. In techniques, Anthony Bailey shows you how to fit a shooting handle to an old jack plane, Walter Hall brings you the final Machine Workshop, focusing this time on router tables, and James Hatter shows you how to build your very own workshop. Features this month include a look at London pattern hammers of yesteryear, the story of the wonderful St. Albans Wood Recycling, and we meet James Firth-Haydon, an employee of Wenban-Smith’s timber merchants.
On test, we’re go plane crazy with the Triton TRPUL unlimited depth rebate planer, we look at five of the best floor finishes, and in Craftsman’s Corner have a go on a new plunge saw from FLEX and Hitachi’s latest four-piece site kit. As always, we’ve got Hot Stuff – our monthly review of the best tools and gadgets, and Noticeboard, where we let you know what’s going on in the world of wood. Finally, we’re giving away some fantastic safety socks from Workforce, and we’ve got details on how to enter Triton’s Woodworker and Young Woodworker of the Year competitions. Don’t miss out!
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Below is a selection of articles in Woodworking Crafts Magazine August 2013.