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"Welcome to our November issue, which features its share of fantastic projects, including the final part of Shaun Newman’s ‘air guitar’ build; Peter Dunsmore remakes a novelty money box from the March 1951 issue of The Woodworker; Phil Davy gets to grips with a garage workshop roof revamp; and in turning, Les Thorne creates a a three-legged bowl, and Dave Roberts encourages you to get organised with his string boxes. On the technical side of things, in ‘woodworker’s directory’, we have part 10 of Peter Bishop’s timber directory; next up, Roger Spratley explains the basics of CNC machines; and in ‘Home truths’, Edward Hopkins meets Devon-based cabinetmaker, David Lloyd. In features, we have some gems, including an archive piece from Robin Gates that sees him revisiting the work of 20th century master carver, Gino Masero; next, joiner Gareth Jones continues his tale of orangery repair woes; we take a closer look at the award-winning work of the 2018-19 Long Course Graduates on the Peter Sefton Furniture School Furniture Design & Maker’s Course; in ‘Me and my workshop’, we meet Devon-based Musical Instrument Engineer, Walter Havinga; next, Anselm Fraser advises budding furniture makers to follow their passion; Jeremy Broun poses the question of ‘furniture – product or service?’; and last but not least, in ‘End-grain’, Edward Hopkins explores the subject of decking. In terms of kit we have on test this month, we bring you an exclusive review of the Nova Voyager DVR 18in Drill Press, as well as looking at the Micro Jig MATCHFIT Dovetail Clamp Pro, Ryobi ONE+ AirStrike 18ga nailer, plus two new tools from Faithfull’s Pestige range: an angle gauge and mitre saw protractor.

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