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      Multi-Axis Woodturning: Creating a Vessel
      Multi-Axis Woodturning: Creating a Vessel
      Michael Roper
      Elevate your woodworking repertoire with essential woodturning techniques and create a stunning multi-axis vessel you’ll be proud to show off!
      Curiously Similar
      Turn your most sophisticated segmented vessels yet. Learn cutting-edge woodturning techniques you'll use again and again.
      Jim Rodgers
      Jim Rodgers
      Learn the multistep process of segmented turning as you create an exquisite vessel and add this impressive skill to your woodturning repertoire.
      Jim Rodgers
      Jim Rodgers
      Master basic woodturning skills as you create practical, artisanal projects for the kitchen.
      Andy Chapman
      Andy Chapman
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