TJ P Fennell - Exploring Beneath the Surface of Hollow Forms
The evolution of J Paul's work from traditional hollow forms
to fascinating artworks.
Slee and His Wooden Gunstocks
by Brendan Stemp
into this unusual form of woodworking.
by Rob Bruce
Grafton's week-long exhibition
with a special focus on the use of Jacaranda wood.
Lynch Record Collection
This collection and web site will fascinate anyone
with an interest in Record handplanes.
Hands-On Expo Show Guide
Your guide to the first of this new Show series
that covers woodworking, metalworking, automotive, DIY and careers under one roof.
on Woodturning Pt.1 - The Lathe
by John Ewart
off this series of articles with a look at the lathe - how it has changed in recent
years and the best way to go about buying one.
Blackwell & His Carvings
by Gloria Banting
Taking up carving
after retirement, Ernie has developed a passion for making ceremonial plaques.
Australian Wood Design Exhibition 2009
This prestigious Australian hardwoods
competition has a new category for musical instruments.
Questions & Answers
by Paul Gregson (Associate Editor)
shellac, storing timber, jointers and making marks.
Timber & Working with Wood Show Guide
Visit the final TWW Show for 2009
in Melbourne 16-18 October at the Melbourne Showgrounds, Ascot Vale.
You Turn 2009
by Jim Carroll
Western Victoria has a new annual
weekend event for woodturners.
by Neil Scobie
A mix of local and international presenters
ensured another successful event.
Tormek T-7 Sharpening System
by Ken Wraight
advocate of the Tormek, well-known demonstrator Ken Wraight discusses the advantages
of the new T-7 model.
Raising the Bar in Woodturning
by Richard Raffan
challenges Australia's woodturners to extend their skills and personalise their
work, and discusses the importance of the upcoming Australian Woodturning Symposium.
Folding Screen - 1
by Allen Barrett
A modular assembly makes
these screens easy to make and individualise with infill panels as shown or to
your own design.
by Frank Rowe
Frank does a 'relief' turning using
a Jacaranda sphere for the water and an Australian Red Cedar shell for the contrasting
by Ken Williams
This automata project will test
your cutting and drilling skills with peg and spur gears as well as the box and
six dancers you need to make.
by Carolyn McCully
Carolyn applies a rose
pattern to a bowl turned from Camphor Laurel and discusses the constraints involved.
The same pattern can be applied to any flat surface, either as a picture by itself
or used as a decoration.
Wasting Time & Timber
A series of tips for the beginner on how to avoid
mistakes which can cost you a lot of wasted time and ruined timber.
Chest of Drawers - 1
by Don Phillips
Don builds a 'lowboy',
a bedroom chest of drawers from solid timber. Conventional in design, it has a
robust construction that will ensure that it lasts for years and may even be handed
down to the next generation.
The DOMINO DF 500 Jointing System
With CT Dust Extraction System
Homes of the Master Wood Artisans
Esherick - Maloof - Nakashima
An illustrated Guide
for the Amateur
(2nd Edition, Revised and Expanded)
by Bruce Ossman
Fine Art of Carving Lovespoons
Understanding, Designing and Carving
by David Western
Eli Avisera Beginner Series
Vol.1 Introduction to
Vol.2 Simple Candlestick
Vol.3 Simple Bowl
Vol.5 Simple Goblet