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American Woodturner 34 issue 1

February 2019

Features

  • A Unique Seaside Commission, Chris Grace describes the challenges involved in turning an intricate architectural embellishment.
  • Sanding with a Lubricant, When you're tired of breathing sanding dust or you want a silky-smooth finish, we-sanding may be just the thing, with Mike Peace.
  • Turning a Warring Stand, A great project that lets you practice spindle cuts and fine... Details
American Woodturner 34 issue 2

April 2019

Features

  • A Kit Is a Kit Is a Kit, Right?, Not all kits are created equal, but Jon Magill shows how to select the one that fits your turning style.
  • The Sensational Skew, Simplified, Simpler, yes. But there are some rules to learn-and then there's practice and more practice, by Jim Echter.
  • On Demonstrating, A veteran demonstrator shares entertaining anecdotes and practical advice... Details
American Woodturner 34 issue 3

June 2019

Features

  • Elegant and Useful Biscuit Cutter, Not just for biscuits-the comfortable grip will let the baker in your life do muffins, scones, cookies (oh my!), by Joe Larese.
  • Whittle and Dance to Avoid Catches, David Ellsworth reviews the principles and process of turning wood without a catch.
  • Turn a Square Box, Michael Hamilton-Clark demonstrates a square-turned lidded box made from... Details
American Woodturner 34 issue 4

August 2019

Features

  • A Primer for Drilling on the Lathe, Dennis Belcher explains the basics of this frequently overlooked turning operation.
  • Lathe Drilling Jig, Build your own shopmade adjustable holding jig that's stable and secure, by Michael Hamilton-Clark.
  • A Better Index-Locking Pin, A spring-loaded index-locking pin that allows fast and precise set-up, by John Lucas.
  • ... Details
American Woodturner 34 issue 5

October 2019

Features

  • Firewood Table Lamp, Rick Rich illuminates the steps to create not only a practical source of light but an elegant accent piece. 
  • Epoxy Clay Adds Texture and Flair, John Glessner explains how he introduces pattern and color to enhance the character and surface quality of his turnings.
  • Thinking Outside the Box? Try a Secondary Axis, Explore the possibilities with Jim Duxbury as he... Details
American Woodturner 34 issue 6

December 2019

Features

  • Evolution of the Side-Grind Gouge, David Ellsworth explains the history behind the development of the tool and offers tips on its use.
  • The Basics of Workholding, With safety in mind, Dennis Belcher expertly guides you through a maze of holding methods.
  • Skill-Building Project: Turn a Beehive Ornament, Celebrate honeybees and other pollinators with this easy-to-make holiday project, by Walt... Details