There has been a surge of interest in power carving,
which allows more work to be done in less time.
of Wood 2003
This exhibition in Sydney gives woodworkers the chance to
show and sell their works.
There was an extraordinarily wide range of eggs entered in
the competition - we show you some of the results.
Young woodworker, Daniel Standing, excels with his working model of a
The Chester Hill Woodcrafters have a new home.
by Les Miller
Les demystifies some common woodworking
terms and jargon.
Back from the US George is excited about Mesquite.
Egyptian Boat Building
by Art Burrows
The restoration of
a 40 tonne Solar Barque gives us life size lessons in the way boats were built
4500 years ago in Egypt.
by Bruce Bell
Bruce extols the virtues of these Australian
George discusses peeling and scraping and their respective merits.
Auckland Timber & Working With Wood Guide
The second Auckland show promises
to be bigger and better than last year.
by George Hatfield
Proserpine Woodturners organise another
Arno Sharpener and Burnisher
by Les Miller
from Carba-Tec, the Arno sharpener and burnisher are highly recommended by Les.
Vermec Hollowing Chisel Set
by Carol Rix
puts these Vermec tools through their paces.
by Neil Scobie
Well within the capabilities of the hobbyist
woodworker, this functional yet attractive Display Unit has timber framed glass
by Neil Schulz
Neil presents a vintage car scrollsaw
by Sue Walters
Sue steps you through a simple,
easy, yet attractive pyrography project.
by Buddy Smith
Ever wondered how you can make your
carvings look alive - Buddy shows you how.
a Little Light on Making a Standard Lamp
by Les Swift
to bore the hole in a standard lamp for the wiring - make it in three sections
and bore the hole first.
a Marine Propeller
by John K Looker
Some of you may remember
John's Gear Pattern article from last year. This time he shows you how to make
a realistic model of a propeller.
Carving - The Easy and Safe Way
by Maricha Oxley
read the article on power carving you might like to try making Maricha's Gift.
Tablesaw Tenoning Jig
by David Dundas
This jig makes it easy
to cut multiple tenons from stock of the same thickness.
Ideas & Short Cuts
Groover, Apple Box Template
Controlling Dust in the Workshop
by Rick Peters
by David M Freedman
Designs for Pyrography and
by Norma Gregory
Creative Intarsia Projects
by Garnet Hall