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wnblogTake a look at this month’s issue of The Highland Woodturner. Here is what’s inside:

Turning a Pepper Mill– Curtis Turner discusses his process and techniques for turning a pepper mill, a great project that you can use everyday when eating your favorite meals.

Turning New Porch Columns– Temple Blackwood recently took on a large project of turning the porch columns for a new Buddhist Temple in the Boston area. In this article he discusses the design and turning process of the two large columns.

Show Us Your Woodturning– This month we are featuring the turnings of Ira Penn, who began turning two years ago and is showing off a variety of different wooden bowls that he has made throughout the past two years.

Phil’s Turning Tip– This month Phil has a tip on a quick and easy way to label your various sanding discs.

Featured Products:

Deluxe Pepper Mill Kit– Similar to what Curtis used for his own Pepper Mill, this kit provides the mechanisms you need for creating your own pepper mill.

Tormek T-4 Sharpening System– Modeled after the Tormek T-7, the T-4 is a small-scaled sharpening system. Turners will be especially interested in the Tormek TNT-708 Woodturner’s Kit, which contains a variety of jigs specially designed to sharpen your turning tools.

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