Issue Number 82

December 1998

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Neil Scobie's Dining Chair


Tenoning Jig


Turned Jewellery Ball


Table Saw Extension Roller


Surfboard Coffee Table


Chinese Wind Chimes

 

Table of Contents

Across the Teachers Bench
by Les Miller
Choosing and using curve cutting saws.

Profile of Les Miller
Les Miller says he is a lot more comfortable writing than being written about.

A wooden Oil Can
by R Goldberg
Measurements for a replica of an oil can

Good ideas & Short Cuts
Wax as lubricant, caulking tube & gun holder and hardwood butt gauge

Club Drumbeat
South Burnett Woodcrafters

Be Seated
by Neil Scobie
Neil Scobie presents a timeless, proven design for Dining Chairs, that satisfies the essential balance between weight and strength

Student Workshop

Tenoning Jig
by Neil Scobie
A simple tenoning jig Neil uses to make tenons using the router.

Expand your Lathe
There is plenty of opportunity to enlarge your range of work using lathe attachments and accessories for decoration and duplication.

Jewellery Ball
by Jeff Lewry
Jeff has developed an unusual design for a Jewellery Box. Woodturning project

Woodturning Basics
by George Hatfield
Turning between centres
George continues his back-to-basics series for beginners, and those who want a quick refresher course.

The Lizard and the Bow Tie
by Ernie Newman

The El Cheapo Assistant
by Pat Crowe
Making a table saw extension roller

Holding still for a different drill
by Ken Toppin
Using a dentists chair base as an adjustable workshop table

National Woodturning Exhibition
by Andrew Potocnik
This year's Exhibition lived up to expectations.

Extracts from Woodturn '98

Bored with Boards?
by Alan Davies
A coffee table especially for those whose favourite memories are of sun and surf.

The incredible edible workshop
A workbench and tools made out of chocolate!

Chinese for Windsong
by Alan Logan
Making a set of wind chimes

Ozzie Multi-Jig
New dowelling jig made in Australia

Joseph Moxon Contributions to Woodturning Part 2
by Mike Darlow

Working with Australian Hardwoods - 7
by Peter Van Herk

A rhombus for your Ricotta
by Frank Norman
Mosaic Designs are fun, and a lot easier to make than they look.

Book Reviews
Understanding Woodcarving in the Round
by Woodcarving Magazine
Wonders in Wood
by Edwin M Wyatt
Marquetry Techniques
by Alan Townsend and David Middelton