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Another spring iss under our belts & we think you’ll particularly like this one, not only because it contains a fantastic profile on Theo Cook, but also because it’s filled with a wide variety of projects & technical articles. So, to get things started Charles Mak handmakes an inlaid wine bottle box; Adrian Parfitt presents his church alter table; Dave Roberts turns a travelling salesman’s table; Phil Davy gives his tips on reversing a door; before Les Thorne comes up with a cauldron-style bowl design in olive ash. In our technical sec, Martin Saban-Smith shares his top 10 smartphone photo tips for taking great shots ; Michael Forster discusses dust extraction solutions; before Peter Bishop concentrates on the Fs in his next ‘Woodworker’s encyclopaedia’ helping. Our features sec has an article from Alan Peters Award Organiser Jeremy Broun, who looks at the importance of making furniture you believe in. In ‘Archive’, Robin Gates is entranced by the making of a violin; in ‘profile’, Martin Pim-Keirle discovers more about the talented Theo Cook; in ‘Me & my workshop’, Rick Wheaton looks around the workshop of former broadcaster, scientist, author & photographer, Adam Hart-Davis; in ‘Modern woodworking’, Tom Fraser shows how becoming a successful furniture maker requires more than a talent for design; and in the final part of his series, Gareth Jones describes finding a niche & an odd customer who commissioned a loo roll holder. Moving on to tests, we’ve got a nice selection of both hand&power; tools for you this month, inc the Axminster Craft AC200BDS sander, DeWalt DCW210N-XJ orbit sander, Dickies Cameron safety boots, PEC Tools solid squares from Classic Hand Tools & the range of Rowdens Furniture Maker tools. Our competition is in conjunction with Dickies Workwear, who are giving five lucky readers the chance to win 1 of 5 tickets to Makers Central!

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