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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
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Turn your most sophisticated segmented vessels yet. Learn cutting-edge woodturning techniques you'll use again and again.
Jim Rodgers
Jim Rodgers
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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
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Master basic woodturning skills as you create practical, artisanal projects for the kitchen.
Andy Chapman
Andy Chapman

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