Popular Woodworking 2009-10 № 178, страница 5

Popular Woodworking 2009-10 № 178, страница 5

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Deneb Puchalski has been working with wood for more than 25 years as a carpenter, boat-builder and furniture maker. His first exposure to woodworking was in his fathers boatbuilding school when he was a child; later Deneb built houses in Alaska and spent summers in salmon fishing boats just off the Alaskan coast in the Bering Sea. Deneb got back into boatbuilding because he enjoyed the challenge of "nothing flat or straight," and after moving to Florida worked on a replica pirate ship that still sails off St. Petersburg and Clearwater. Then, Deneb gravitated to furniture building, which for him held the appeal of a condensed process rather than the years or months it takes to build a house or boat. To hone his skills, he attended the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship in Rockport, Maine, where he later served as artist in residence. Now, Deneb teaches at Lie-Nielsen events throughout the United States, as well as at woodworking schools. You can also find him teaching online on Lie-Nielsen's YouTube channel (youtube. com/user/LieNielsen).

In his first article for Popular Woodworking, Deneb writes about toothing planes, which can help make even the gnarliest woods behave (page 46).

Michael Dunbar has been a chairmaker since 1971, and has written seven woodworking books and authored countless magazine articles. In 1980, he and his wife, Sue Dunbar, founded The Windsor Institute, a New Hampshire-based school that teaches all things Windsor (thewindsorinstitute.com). Most recently, Mike has been writing a series of adventure novels for middle school-aged readers and is actively looking for an agent and publisher.

In this issue, Mike writes about making a Windsor shop stool. The story begins on page 39.

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Glen D. Huey This issue marks Senior Editor Glen D. Huey's three-year anniversary as a full-time staff member of Popular Woodworking (and Woodworking Magazine). For this issue, he wrote the cover story on benchtop table saws (page 32) as well as an article on making a simple inlaid Bible box (page 56). And, Glen has a new furniture book coming out at the end of October from Popular Woodworking Books: "Building 18th-century American Furniture." Inside, you'll find plans and step-by-step instructions for making some of Glen's best period work - 20 projects in all. Look for "Building 18th-century American Furniture" (at the end of October) at Woodworkers BookShop.com.

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