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Meet Anthony Beverly, who has successfully integrated production-style woodwork with what would normally be one-of-a-kind pieces, and who, in addition to high-style furniture, has also found time to create unique items such as Gombe drums and violin cellos. Jo Roessler takes us step-by-step through a complete machine process, including the use of the Multirouter machine. Jeff Dreisbach shows us what can be done with a garden bench and a lino knife, as he produces graceful tables and chairs from nothing more than twigs and branches. We also revisit award-winning turner Alan Lacer for a quick primer on what kind of lathe to buy.

The world of woodworking is surprisingly broad, as a trip to the concrete-counter-culture business of Christian Lincoln shows. Here is an example of the traditional woodworking trade of patternmaking being used in a thoroughly modern way.

Also: Warren May, the Kentucky Dulcimer Maker, showing a simple fluting jig.Adam Sandoval gives us an amazing display of what can be done on a bandsaw after a couple of simple upgrades.An in-depth look at some beautiful pieces by Anthony Beverly.

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