Pine from the Wild Rivers
The story of Huon Pine, its discovery in Tasmania's
dense forests, the timber's unique beauty and characteristics and Wild Wood’s
Something new to learn at the Northern Rivers Woodwork Association
(NSW) - the initiative of a few members has given this Club a whole new interest.
Woodwork Competition Sydney 2008
Results of the woodwork competition held
in conjunction with the Sydney Timber and Working with Wood Show.
Snowy River Paddle Steamer, Curlip II
Old woodworking and boatbuilding
skills are being revived in Orbost Vic as they prepare the new PS Curlip II for
its commissioning this November.
(New) Lumber Bunker
One too many floods forces the relocation of this
Central Coast NSW store to a new site.
by Mike Darlow
A walk around St Helier in Jersey
demonstrates the value of paying attention to the detail in what we observe.
Turner Behind the Turnfests
by Neil Scobie
An overview of David
Drescher's career and involvement in woodturning.
VBS-18MW Metal Wood Bandsaw
by Anthony Burnett
A good way to
ruin your woodworking bandsaw is to cut metal but buying another bandsaw just
for metal is expensive in both money and space. This JET dual purpose bandsaw
offers a welcome alternative.
Selection of Power Tools and Machines
by Steven Burrows, Editor
guide to comparing apples with lemons.
& Adelaide Timber & Working with Wood Show Guides
Visit the final Shows
for 2008 - Adelaide, 10-12 October and Melbourne, 24-26 October (at the Melbourne
Showgrounds, Ascot Vale).
The work of Cedric Shorey and Don Ford.
CompressX Bar Clamp
by Stuart Duffy
From a simple idea the
manufacturers have made a well-designed, well-made and affordably priced device
which is a big improvement over the use of sash cramps.
by Brendan Stemp
A large scoop to retrieve olives
from a jar may seem a simple exercise, but Brendan explains the difficulties involved
and the tricks he used to overcome them.
Canteen with Pockets - 2
by Allen Barrett
In the concluding
instalment Allen finalises the pockets, legs, drawer and fit-out.
Chucks for Miniature Turning
by Aaron Ehrlich
A few ideas for
using hotmelt glue to hold your tiny turnings.
Zero Clearance Inserts for Your Sawbench
by John Looker
by Buddy Smith
Buddy describes how he makes his
bird's feet from fencing wire and a jig.
by Maurice Passmore
Ideas and tips on putting crooked
timber to good use.
by Alyson McNulty, Arbortech Pty Ltd
Make your own
'screaming face' from a log and two of Arbortech's power tools.
by Mac Simmons
Mac demonstrates a simple method for
highlighting the natural pattern in open grain timbers.
Eagle Pyrography Unit
by Glenn Roberts
Glenn gives his views
on this unit which he has owned for sometime and is now available retail in Australia.
of Dragonfly Urns
by Karen Blewden and Carolyn McCully
attractive project entails a reasonable level of ability in both turning and pyrography.
If you don't want to tackle both aspects, the urns may be the ideal project on
which to collaborate with another woodworker from your Club or local community.
Complete Book of Tips, Tricks & Techniques
by the Editors
of Popular Woodworking
A Turner's Guide to Veneer Inlays
New Masters of Woodturning
by Terry Martin and Kevin Wallace
Making Furniture: Projects & Plans
by Mark Ripley
Professional Turning For All Making and Decorating Goblets
Turning for Results Fruit Turning Masterclass