Les Miller 1935-2005
- John Lister
Based in Christchurch NZ, John Lister developed his professional
woodturning career from no more than an interest in starting a hobby.
Mountains Challenge 2005
Almost a dozen NSW woodturning clubs entered
this year'’s Challenge.
Non-standard drill/driver designs intended to make
Grown Inventions 1985-2005
Innovation in the woodworking community has
led to the development of many successful local products.
on a Shoestring
by Reg Cooke
Having finished his 12th project,
Reg dispels some of the myths and encourages others to have a go at making musical
Hastings Woodworkers Guild moves to new premises and the Hills
District Triton User Group Inc promotes its activities.
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a Place in History
by Jenny Springett
Women were prominent
among Australian woodcarvers from around 1860 to between the World Wars.
& Canberra Timber and Working With Wood Shows
Guides for both Shows including
REPORT - Triton PRA001 Respirator
by Alec Bendeli
for better personal dust protection led to the Triton unit.
by George Hatfield (Assoc. Editor)
The story behind
the vessel used in this issue’s Woodturning Tips.
by George Hatfield
This year's carving and turning event
included twelve demonstrators from around Australia, plus Betty Scarpino (USA)
and Jean-Francois Escoulen (France).
Tips - A Lid for a Vessel
by George Hatfield
The decision to
add a lid to a completed deep vessel posed a few challenges.
Tower - Part 2
by A Barrington
Building the drawers.
Chairs That Work
by Paul Gregson, Steven Burrows and Art Burrows
historical and engineering overview of the development of the chair and how to
make your design successful.
by Aaron Ehrlich
A home-made profiler enabled
the shape of a clay mock-up to be transferred to a laminated wooden sculpture.
Your Router to Cut Circular Blanks
by Fred Sundholme
jig can be set up to mass produce circular blanks, 90-180mm in diameter.
Texturing - Part 3
by Glenn Roberts
Hammer-action power tools
are a fast and effective means of texturing wood.
by Charles T Orr
These items are simple to turn,
use up your offcuts and make great presents.
by Kevin J Cass
Wall-mounted clock design based
on a battery-operated movement with pendulum.
Blades for the Scrollsaw
by Neil Schulz (Assoc. Editor)
for complex designs, these innovative blades have their advantages and limitations.
Hamilton's plane restorations, Roseveare's cross-eyed clock and Ehrlich's
a Round Square Edge Bowl
by Alexander Bendeli
The pieces of
waste material used when turning this bowl looked so good, they were left intact
in the finished shape.
Ideas & Short Cuts
Verandah Posts on a Short Lathe,
WC Collar for Dust Collection
Pyrography Workbook, A Complete Guide to the Art of Woodburning
by Sue Walters
Beneath the Bark, Twenty-Five Years of Woodturning
by Kip W Christensen and Dale L Nish
Carving Canes & Walking Sticks
by Tom Wolfe
Jet Shopclass — Shapers VHS Video or DVD
Guide to Cabinet Doors and Drawers
by David Getts
Carving Ears and
by Jeff Phares