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We specialise in fitting out interiors. From the first concept sketch through to manufacture and installation, we involve ourselves in all stages of each project to create your ideal working environment. Our clients range from multi-nationals and government agencies to national retailers and regional industry.
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Low-angle wooden spokeshaves made and sold by professional Windsor chairmaker James Mursell. Also wooden spokeshave and travisher kits and spare blades. Wooden spokeshaves have been in use for centuries. First developed by wheelwrights to shape the spokes of wheels these versatile tools are useful in most branches of woodworking. These tools are special because the blade is held at a low angle...
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Most of the banjos I recover need a new neck and some replacement parts. I shape the necks using manual tools ( raps, files, sanding blocks, chisels, drawknive, spokeshave) and take all the time necessary to make sure it is comfortable and easy to play. Every neck is made with the best quality...
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James Mursell writes: " I have been making and using my travishers for the last 10 years and have yet to come across a wood that the travisher will not shape with ease. Sometimes the grain is wild (e.g. elm) and you must skew the tool and hunt around for the best direction to work in. Other woods...
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Native American Flute - Simplest yet most Complete Book on Making the Flute. Step-by-step instruction. Videos on how to PLAY the Flute. Before I get started telling you about this website, let me tell you a little something about me. I am married to a beautiful woman and have a son and two...
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Currently on the workbench I have a nearly completed Curved leg stool. These little guys are a lot of fun to build and are perfect for bars, counter height dining areas and guitar playing.. All thats left to do with this one is to trim the leg tenons and scrape the seat to a fine surface with a card scraper. This is probably my favorite part of the chair making process and I can’t wait to get...
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