Making a Wooden Geared Grandfather Clock
by Earl Hansen
made the U-Build It wooden clock, Earl progresses to a more ambitious design with
six dials and a skeleton grandfather case.
Silver Anniversary Giveaway Competition
Over the next three issues, readers
and Clubs will have the opportunity to enter this competition to win great prizes.
& Try Woodturning 2009
by Tim Skilton
First launched 17 years
ago, Come & Try Woodturning had a very successful season at the 2009 Timber &
Working with Wood Shows.
Neill's Burnt Offerings
Professional pyrographer Bob Neill will be demonstrating
at the Australian Woodturning Symposium.
North Coast Woodworkers Schools' Competition
M-Power Complete Flat Lying Trammel Set
by Stuart Duffy
A re-designed trammel set makes marking and cutting circles a lot easier.
by Greg Lawrence
Turning things around in the Hunter
(NSW) - 2. Greg explains how the box-making classes work and the benefits they
bring to the Club.
First Hands-On Expo
A review of the Brisbane 2009 event.
JET JTS-600 Tablesaw
by Alex Barton
tablesaw is a versatile machine for the small workshop.
Woodworking & Hobbies Expo 2010 Guide
Questions & Answers
by Paul Gregson (Associate Editor)
fluorescents, tool sharpening and groaning bandsaws.
Cedar — A Decade Later
by Bob Whitworth
In AWW #74 Bob reported
on his efforts to selectively manage Red Cedar trees on his farm. In this update
he discusses the problems encountered and the favourable growth that can be achieved.
Woodcraft Guild Annual Exhibition
by Dave Callan
The 2009 Exhibition
was the Guild's 27th and continues to attract superb work from the entrants.
Highly Versatile Rare Earth Magnets
by Brendan Stemp
high strength magnets solve a number of storage problems.
by Alec Bendeli
Alec designs and makes stands
for two didgeridoos. He explains the challenges in making a stand for a non-uniform
by Don Phillips
Ideal for the computer desk, this
handy tidy can be adapted to a variety of uses, from music storage to a craft
Little Animals and Insects
by Gloria Banting
carved pens and lace bobbins demonstrate that you don't need a big investment
to take up carving. She uses only a knife and a clamp.
by Aaron Ehrlich
This fun project is an interesting
exercise in ball turning.
by Peter Fogelman
Peter describes how he uses
woodworking tools to resolve this common problem.
by John Swinkels
John uses the inside-outside method
to turn both the inside and outside of this bud vase without using hollowing techniques.
by Carolyn McCully
A suitable companion to Carolyn's previous
Magnolia, this pattern is relatively quick to burn and fun to colour.
More Woodworking in Your Woodworking
Adding more detail to projects you’ve
done previously is an ideal way to build up skills, instead of attempting something
too advanced and giving up in frustration.
How to Season and Dry Your Own Wood
by Alan Holtham
- a professional approach
by Alan Peters
The Inside Story - A Study in Hollow Form Turning
Learn to Burn - A complete guide to pyrography