Carpentry & Joinery glossary acknowledgements
I’d like to thank the following people for their help, suggestions and contributions to our ever expanding Carpentry, Joinery and Woodworking glossary.
Joiner, Carpenter or Woodworker? Want to be listed here? We’re always on the lookout for suggestions for inclusion into the glossary, so if you spot something that isn’t there and you think it should be then please send an email in to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will look at your suggestion and add it if we think it should be in. Suggestions with pictures are also welcome, you can even supply a picture for something that is listed but lacks a picture!
All the people listed are experts in their own particular fields of woodworking and all have give their time to help make our glossary bigger and better!
Thank you to the following woodworkers….
Mark Hancock -Mark’s speciality is woodturning, which he has been involved in since 1989. Along the way Mark has won numerous awards for his woodturning and is available for demonstrations and tuition. Mark is also a member of the following professional bodies –
Register of Professional Turners supported by the Worshipful Company of Turners
Association of Woodturners of Great Britain (AWGB)
American Association of Woodturners (AAW)
To find out more about what Mark does, please visit him at his website.
Paul Sellers – Despite describing himself as an ‘amateur woodworker’, Paul has made furniture that graces the Cabinet Room of the White House. Paul has a workshop at Penrhyn Castle in Bangor, North Wales where he founded The New Legacy School of Woodworking.
As well as his woodworking school, Paul has also contributed to several woodworking magazines and has released a woodworking DVD and two books.
For more information on Paul, please take a look at his website.