Furniture & Cabinet Making

Furniture & Cabinet Making

Furniture & Cabinetmaking is the only woodworking magazine focused exclusively on fine furniture making. It reports on the latest styles, reflects the best of contemporary design, and also respects the traditions of the past, not only in the UK but worldwide. It features projects and technical articles by and for professional and non-professional designer/makers, with the aim of promoting excellence in furniture making.

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In issue 229 of Furniture & Cabinetmaking we have plenty for you to enjoy. In ‘Projects & Techniques’ Stephen Hogbin makes his inversion wall sculpture; we have part 2 of John Bullar’s Japanese joints articles; Joseph Thompson puts a new spin on draw pins; in router joinery, Chris Yates reasons why jigs may be the right way to go; Anne Briggs Bohnett looks at Bad Axe backsaws; Paul Mayon reviews the new Neat Trim tool; David Charlesworth puts the ‘ruler trick’ back under the microscope and Geoffrey Laycock combines the best of Festool and UJK in a multi-machine for the small workshop.

In ‘Design & Inspiration’ we find out more about Australian furniture maker Darren Oates; Roy Schack reports from last year’s woodworking tool show in Miki Prefecture, Japan; Waters & Acland student Jim Cooper explains how to flatten the back of a plane using the Scary Sharp System and Bonhams gives F&C a preview of their upcoming Period Design sale.

We have all of this, as well as our usual ‘Leader’ from the Editor, ‘News & events’, ‘F&CUK’, ‘Editor’s choice’, ‘Workshop library’ and of course, a sneak peek at next month’s issue.

All of this and more in F&C 229.  

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