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"Although it’s hard to believe that we’re already on our October issue, as with every month, we’ve done our best to put together one that appeals to all woodworkers and woodturners, regardless of skill level. So, without further ado, let’s have a look at what’s inside. In projects and turning, we bring you part 2 of Shaun Newman’s ‘air guitar’ build; Lance Winter shows you how to make your very own drill vice/clamp; Grace Silverwood returns with another clever rocking creation - Henry the Hippo; Dave Roberts turns a coat rack in two halves; Phil Davy’s table lamp base makes an ideal small project; and last but not least, Les Thorne turns himself a new base for one of his trusty workshop lamps. In our technical section, join Michael Forster as he discusses machining mortise & tenon joints; Geoff Ryan shares some useful tips for working with various types of small-scale CNC machine; before Peter Bishop looks at more terms in the next instalment of his ‘woodworker’s encyclopaedia’. We also have a fantastic feature from John Greeves, who talks to Simon Payne about Blue Forest and Chewton Glen’s spectacular treehouse creation for the 2019 RHS Chelsea Flower Show; next up, Robin Gates deconstructs a wheelbarrow design from the June 1927 issue of The Woodworker; Anselm Fraser talks about keeping the customer happy; in ‘me and my workshop’ we meet Welsh reader and woodworker, A.B. Allwood; and in ‘end-grain’, Edward Hopkins discusses the secrets of success when it comes to woodworking. In ‘on test’, Phil Davy doesn’t hesitate in awarding the full five stars to DeWalt’s impressive new cordless DCW604 router, before he puts the SKIL 1580 AA electric planer and the handy new Trend Router Pod through their paces. Plus so much more!

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