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Hot off the press, our November issue promises the usual mix of projects, tech, features and a few tasty titbits added in, such as a great competition from IRWIN Tools, which gives you the opportunity to 1 of 20 IRWIN Jack 880 Plus Universal Coated Handsaws. See inside the issue for further details of how you can be in with the chance of getting your hands on one! Firstly, however, our projects section kicks off with a bespoke bed project made for one of our author’s grandchildren, which also incorporates integrated storage boxes that fit neatly underneath. We also share a fantastic design for a bespoke kitchen knife block, which will certainly make a statement in any kitchen, and keeping with the culinary theme, we have a modern bread bin design that features an integrated slot for a pine cutting board and a holder for your knife. Technically speaking, you’re in for a real treat, as we bring you the first in a brand-new 12-part series from John Bullar, who shows you how to improve your furniture making; we also have the next instalment of Dave Roberts’ ‘What the Dickens; before Tony ‘Bodger’ Scott takes a sideways look at sharpening. We also have some fantastic kit on the test bench, including the Multi-Sharp Drill Bit Sharpener, and we also get to grips with the Ryobi R18TR trim router, a new cordless offering that is compact and allows for fine depth adjustment. Brand-new from Bosch, we also take a look at their T308 jigsaw blade collection, put the iGaging digital protractor through its paces, before getting nostalgic as we revisit the Trend T5 router, which is currently available at an unbelievable promotional price - don’t miss out! Inside this issue we also have all your usual favourite pages, including news, courses, next month and letters & makers, plus much more. Enjoy!

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