Art in the Cabinet - One Man's Journey
by Paul Gregson (Assoc. Editor)
Paul reviews one of the most celebrated pieces of furniture produced in
Australia in recent years.
Many Ways Can You Hold a Carving?
by Gloria Banting
Running classes on a tight budget revealed a number of ways one could
hold a blank for carving.
Gippsland Woodcraft Group Inc (VIC) takes up teaching while the Blue Mountains
Woodturners (NSW) complete their sixth giant chess set.
Pudgee Singh's detailed wooden models of a crane, Mack truck and coach
Timbers Opens New Showroom
Major Sydney retailer, Trend Timbers, ushers in a new era with a new showroom
on Woodturning - Part 4B: Smoothing and Shaping with the Skew Chisel
by John Ewart
John demonstrates the smoothing and shaping capabilities of the skew.
REPORT - Making Patterns the Easy Way
by Sandy Barnett
Coyote Stencil Shop is an affordable software program designed to convert
photographs into patterns or line drawings suitable for scrollsawing,
pyrography, marquetry, carving and other applications.
Recycled Timber Receives FSC Certification
Industry changes encouraged ART to gain certification for both new and
Timber & Working with Wood Show Guides
This year the Shows feature a new and expanded line-up of demonstrators
as well as a number of competitions in which you can win prizes.
the Right Timber
The eighth in our beginner's series, we look at the differing characteristics
of timber species and how selecting the right timber will have a big impact
on the success of your project.
the Universal Joint on a JET 16-32 Drum Sander
by Arnold Barkley
Loose screws can lead to a damaged universal joint, but you can make the
repair in the workshop.
by Phil Griffiths
Phil found that turned staved bowls are as difficult to make as they look,
but with some ingenuity he managed to successfully produce them.
by Peter Fogelman
With a drill press and a home-made jig, Peter is able to sharpen his bits
to as-new condition.
a Whale Tail
by Buddy Smith
by Carolyn McCully
This attractive pattern is a combination of delicate woodburning and white
by Keith McCarthy
Another childhood toy based on the humble wooden cotton reel.
Your Own Repetitive Pattern Inlay
by Reg Cooke
Reg shows how to make and insert a veneer inlay to your own personalised
by Frank Rowe
This carved bird is made in three sections to minimise wastage and make
the carving of the wing feathers easier.
a Curved Top Document Box - 2
by Neil Scobie
This project is a blend of Neil's Document Box and Treasure Chest designs
and offers additional challenges to boxmakers.
Jig with Adjustable Stop
by Don Phillips
Don develops a jig to cut exact 45° cuts on a table saw.
by Aaron Ehrlich
Aaron demonstrates why split turning - an ancient method not commonly
used by modern turners - deserves more attention.
The Complete Woodshop Guide
by Charlie Self, Bill Stankus and Danny Proulx
A Field Guide to Australian Trees
by Ivan Holliday
Traditional Box Projects
by Strother Purdy
The Perfect Edge
by Ron Hock
Getting the Most from Your Wood-Buying Bucks
by American Woodworker