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Inside the August 2016 Issue
Graceful and Versatile Stands - A project that highlights precision and detail in faceplate and spindle turning, by Chris Grace.
Build Your Skills and Train Your Eye by Turning a Sphere - Kip Christensen shows how turning a sphere can teach you a thing or two.
Make Your Own Soft Jaws - Works like a four-jaw chuck, but without tool marks, by Bill Ooms.
Segments with Sketch Up - A simple and powerful tool to visualize your work in three dimensions, by David Heim.
Twisted Boxes on a Shopmade Jig - A new twist for the surface detail on turned and lidded boxes, by David Springett.
Turning Multiaxis Pad-Foot Legs - Russ Coker demonstrates the techniques for turning legs in this classic style.
Tidewater Turners of Virginia: Portrait of an Active Chapter - Demos, tutorials, teaching, and Myron Curtis energize the club, by David Heim.
Balloon Assist for Filling Voids - Turning imperfections into assets with some ingenuity and hot air, by Peter M. Smith.
Scaling K2: Keith Gotschall - Versatility, pride in the process, and excellent shop skills let him create whatever his clients or personal muse might summon, by David M. Fry.
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