One of the longest-running and most popular features of "Woodturning" magazine is Bill Jones' "Notes From The Turning Shop". This is the second anthology of the columns in book form, a mix of practical advice and anecdote. Each of the 20 chapters gives advice on a different area of turning - including sanders, cutters and polishers, practice and perseverance, coping with the unexpected, adapting and restoring damaged pieces, inlaying, and tapping threads. The author has over 60 years of experience and a family history of turning. This knowledge of traditional techniques combined with an interest in new developments and skills, allows him to adapt techniques from both old and new. Projects include boxes, a tulip chess set, and a dragonfly brooch.
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Book Description Guild of Master Craftsman Publ, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P111861080360