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Furniture & Cabinetmaking Magazine August 2011 Back Issue

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In issue 182 of F&C we get the inside track on a very special commission for the royal couple from Ian Hawthorne. John Bullar shows us how to add that extra flourish with a classic cornice. Harry Hare makes five simple handles and Martin Howlett shows us his method for making a tapered jig.

We’re in the workshop with Peter Sefton and Nicholas Chandler explains why SketchUp has revolutionised his making life. Andrew Varah is the subject of our 20 minute interview and we take a closer look at one of Betty Joel’s pieces.

On test this month is the Hammer N4400 bandsaw the Bosch GKS 65G and the Metabo PowerImpact 12. Plus Narex have taken our reviewer’s comments and redeveloped their chisels we take a look at their latest offering. And of course there are all the regular features in Your F&C.
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August 2011 In issue 182 of F&C we get the inside track on a very special commission for the royal couple from Ian Hawthorne. John Bullar shows us how to add that extra flourish with a classic cornice. Harry Hare makes five simple handles and Martin Howlett shows us his method for making a tapered jig. We’re in the workshop with Peter Sefton and Nicholas Chandler explains why SketchUp has revolutionised his making life. Andrew Varah is the subject of our 20 minute interview and we take a closer look at one of Betty Joel’s pieces. On test this month is the Hammer N4400 bandsaw the Bosch GKS 65G and the Metabo PowerImpact 12. Plus Narex have taken our reviewer’s comments and redeveloped their chisels we take a look at their latest offering. And of course there are all the regular features in Your F&C.


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In issue 182 of F&C we get the inside track on a very special commission for the royal couple from Ian Hawthorne. John Bullar shows us how to add that extra flourish with a classic cornice. Harry Hare makes five simple handles and Martin Howlett shows us his method for making a tapered jig.

We’re in the workshop with Peter Sefton and Nicholas Chandler explains why SketchUp has revolutionised his making life. Andrew Varah is the subject of our 20 minute interview and we take a closer look at one of Betty Joel’s pieces.

On test this month is the Hammer N4400 bandsaw the Bosch GKS 65G and the Metabo PowerImpact 12. Plus Narex have taken our reviewer’s comments and redeveloped their chisels we take a look at their latest offering. 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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Below is a selection of articles in Furniture & Cabinetmaking August 2011.