Published Magazine Articles
Principal Marc Fish, has written many articles for Furniture & Cabinetmaking Magazine over the last ten or so years, covering topics from fine furniture projects, how-to guides, furniture plans, machinery reviews and more. Some of these articles can be read here:
AirPress has been going since 1993 and the business has grown into the UK’s largest vacuum pressing equipment supplier
Marc Fish weighs up the self-assembly bench press from AirPress
Unlock your creativity with Marc Fish’s 3 step guide to laminating
Nature’s living fossil painstakingly reproduced with more than 4000 separate sheets of veneer
Marc Fish reviews the A13 smoother self build kit from Gerd Fritsche
A good workbench can last you a lifetime. so it’s worth spending some time and making it really special.
Marc Fish shows us how to make a bench that will be a friend for life
Marc Fish talks identity with makers-turned-designers Rod and Alison Wales
The usefulness of these little miniatures is often overlooked, or even mocked.
No self respecting design studio, architect or car manufacturer would be without scale models.
Marc Fish takes some time to talk to Vanessa Austin Locke about inspiration, aspiration and aesthetics
Marc Fish has a favourite adhesive for every application
Follow Marc Fish’s tips and your work should never be spoilt by badly fitting hinges or skewed screws
Tenons can be quickly cut using a bandsaw, milling machine, router table, spindle moulder – and of course the mighty Domino
If you are really set on using dovetails, Marc Fish offers some hot tips for perfection
You don’t need a lathe to turn wood to round lengths. Marc Fish offers other suggestions
Marc Fish gives professional advice on working with substrates, mould making with extruded polystyrene, MDF, laminate cutting and marking out
Marc Fish shares his workshop’s favourite lippings techniques.
Marc Fish shares his veneer-jointing methods, shooting edges by hand and machine
Marc Fish solves several technical problems in the course of making this veneered Macassar ebony display cabinet.
Apply your jointing plane blade to the Micro Finishing Film and you can forget trying to perform figure of eights
A veneered carcass and curved glazing on the doors of these two cabinets presented problems, but the solutions earned Marc Fish a Guild Mark for the result
When Marc Fish swapped banking for the riskier business of furniture making, he developed a plan that would benefit himself and other makers.