Woodworking Questions & Answers
by Paul Gregson (Associate Editor)
The real answer to jointers as well as bandsaw blade tension, dust collection
and handplane selection.
and Style — the Work of Peter Hromek
A master of multi-axis turning, Czech-born
Peter will be demonstrating at the Australian Woodturning Symposium.
Lachlan is an Australian cabinetmaker currently studying at the Centre
for Fine Woodworking in Wakupuaka in New Zealand.
by Terry Martin
Born to teach turning and with an irrepressible
desire to learn, Eli has made himself a living encyclopedia of woodturning techniques.
Woodturning Legend Retires
by Ken Wraight
Ken reviews the influence
of Vic’s long career.
is the Inspiration
Ernie Newman found the inspiration for this piece in
a popular song.
by Greg Lawrence
Turning things around in the Hunter
(NSW) with the introduction of box-making classes.
2009 T&WW Show
REPORT — Hafco Wide Drum Sander
by Arnold Barkley
A drum sander
is a very useful machine for many types of woodworking. The DS-1632A heralds not
only a new model but also a new brand to the drum sander market.
The latest news on Expo demonstrators.
Bowls & Platters for Charity
David Evans’ efforts to raise funds for Cystic
on Woodturning Pt.2 — Learning to Turn
by John Ewart
the importance of learning correct technique from the start.
REPORT — FLAI Mustang Blade
by Stuart Duffy
The Mustang blade
successfully cuts a range of materials including wood.
Making a Rolltop Desk
by John Sully
Ever wondered how a
tambour works? John decided to find out and made a desk to suit.
Stoppers & Candle Holders
by Aaron Ehrlich
Aaron finds that
there’s no offcut to small to utilise, when he takes up turning bottle stoppers
Building of the Sindia
Hand-built to the finest detail, the 1/36 scale
Sindia took Ian Hunt 9,206 hours to complete.
Chest of Drawers - 2
by Don Phillips
Don completes his ‘lowboy’
by building the drawers. Conventional in design, this piece of furniture has a
robust construction that will ensure that it lasts for years.
Secrets of Saturn
by Alan Jones
A series of secret compartments
or layers makes this project challenging for the turner and fascinating for anyone
wishing to discover its hidden pearl.
Folding Screen - 2
by Allen Barrett
In this article Allen discusses
the options for the infills to the modular openings in the screen frames built
& Moulding — 2
by John Swinkels
Following on from the initial
article in issue #146, John uses the techniques to make a handy woodturner’s belt
by Carolyn McCully
This fun drawing of a Christmas scene
will not only delight visitors but the project also introduces the use of finer
lines to burn ‘white’.
You Can Make a Box Frame, You Can Make (Almost) Anything
of the various types of joints used to make frames or boxes, their advantages
and limitations and why it may be desirable to use more than one type of joint
in a single frame.
New Masters of the Wooden Box
Expanding the Boundaries
of Box Making
by Oscar P Fitzgerald
Turning Vintage Toys
by Chris Reid
of Function and Style
Woodturning from Tree to Table Bowls, Lamps and Other
by Bill Bowers
The Drawer Book
Carving a Portrait in Relief
by Ian Norbury
on Table Saw Set-up & Safety
with Hendrik Varju