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As well as a great range of projects, technical articles and features for you to enjoy, we also bring you an exclusive article on the eight students to recently graduate from the Peter Sefton Furniture School, which gives you an insight into what makes them tick and showcases each of their fantastic pieces. Projects include Janice Anderssen’s easy to make pine slat bench, which can be made using only a few tools and materials; Matthew White’s hall tree design is perfect for keeping your winter accessories tidy; Shaun Newman is presented with an interesting commission as he sets about making a sound therapy chair; Phil Davy fits a laminate worktop, and in turning, Veronica Spencer shares her design for a space rocket and Les Thorne turns a laser quest vase in English yew. In our ‘Technical’ section, Dave Roberts brings us the next in his ‘What the Dickens’ series, which sees him falling prey to some mid-summer superstition, before Peter Bishop asks what ‘drying’ actually means, and as he shows, it’s not anywhere near moisture free. In ‘People & Places’, Stout Furniture’s ‘Taiao Table’ forms this month’s ‘Centrefold’; in ‘Home Truths’ Edward Hopkins sets the table for James Hopkins, before taking a look at the Veritas Mk.II Honing System, and finally lamenting the curse of the small workshop. And in ‘Kit & Tools’ we bring you an exclusive review of the eagerly awaited Bosch FlexiClick 12V system: a clever tool that makes use of interchangeable adaptors to create a versatile system that’s sure to become a favourite tool for many woodworkers, before taking a look at the WoodFox twin pocket hole kit, the Bosch Zamo laser measure and Betsy Messy Mats. Lastly, we put the brand-new Trend PR/01/01 WRT Workshop Router Table through its paces, which features a solid set up and allows you to easily maximise the versatility of all popular portable routers.

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