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Manual de torno madera

Manual de torno madera

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Published by: Juan Palaci Alonso on Jul 26, 2011
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More WoodturningJanuary 2010 Page 1Volume XV, Number 01January 2010Price$4.00
 In This Issue:
Matthew Hill DemonstrationThe Pen Turners CornerMaking Better FerrulesMaking a Coffee Scoop
A selection of pieces made by Matthew Hill during hisdemonstration at Jack McDaniel’s shop.Baseball pen by Don Ward.Coffee Scoop by John Wolf.Andy Cole of Hawaii method fordisplaying a nest of bowls.
 
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More WoodturningJanuary 2010 Page 3
EDITORAL
We hope you all had a wonderfulHoliday Season and are now back inthe shop making shavings.
About the Cover:
 All of the photos on the cover this issue are from storiesin the issue. I have provided captions for the photos to give you an idea of which story theycame from.
Contents
 Matthew Hill Demonstration......4 The Penturner’s Corner..............9 New Book Just Out....................13Questions and Answers from the In-ternet..........................................14  Drying Wood..............................14 Finials........................................15 Piano Stool................................16  Hollowing Tools.........................16  AAW’s Liability Insurance........17 Turning An End-Grain Hollow Form – Sort Of..........................19 Help for Samoa for the recent tsu-nami destruction........................21 Making Better Ferrules from Brass Nuts...and Copper Fittings too..22 Letters........................................24 Tormek Jigs of Dry Grinder......25 Making a Coffee Scoop.............26  Easy Rougher has gone small...29Coming Events..........................30 NOVA Sharpening Centre .......30VERMEC CARVING MOUNT.33 New Ideas from Andy Cole of Ho-nolulu, Hawaii...........................34 Our Collaborative Group Meeting  for December 2009....................36  Drilling Lamps..........................38The Market Place......................39
 
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