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Burnham-on-sea          Woodturning Club

Meeting Reviews

October 2017 - Tony George

September 2017 - Bryan Milham

September 2017 - AWGB

August 2017 - Mark Hancock

June 2017 - John Aitken

April 2017 - Chris Foweraker

March 2017 - Mark Sanger

February 2017 - George Foweraker

January 2017 - Paul Sweet

November 2016 - Jason Breach

October 2016 - Bryan Milham

September 2016 - Mark Sanger

August 2016 - Keith Fenton

July 2016 - George Foweraker

June 2016 - Chris Foweraker

June 2016 - Stuart Mortimer

April 2016 - Pete Moncrieff-Jury

March 2016 - Mark Sanger

February 2016 - Ray Blake

January 2016 - George Foweraker

December 2015 - Nick Agar

November 2015 - Paul Hannaby

October 2015 - George Foweraker

September 2015 - Mark Sanger

August 2015 - Jason Breach

July 2015 - Chris Foweraker

June 2015 - Nick Agar

July 2015 - Chris Foweraker

It was a differently interesting evening demonstration to see Chris Foweraker, George’s younger brother and a professional carpenter and cabinet maker, make a substantial and very useful side table with shelf within the 2 hours.

Made out of yellow pine, sourced from a joinery sawn quality plank approx. 16’ x 1’ x 1.5”, the construction used a minimal amount of woodworking tools including being able to use only a jigsaw to cut out the top, bottom and shelf etc. Using yellow pine allowed the completed item to be stained, polished as is, or even painted. All in all an excellent project, especially for beginning woodturners to practice their skills and achieve an attractive and useful result.

Top tip - when turning the spindle make the diameter a shade smaller than the receiving hole and take a small corner off the top end so that when the spindle is inserted into the receiving glued hole the spindle doesn’t push all the glue straight out of the hole!

David Langan