Issue Number 48

March 2000


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Toy Storage

Storing Bar Clamps

Handy Steps

Router Indexing Pin

Make Your Own Chairs


Table of Contents


Toy Storage
by Craig Tilley
Toy Storage designed for children, not adults!

Wardrobe Wisdom
by Stegbar Pty Ltd

A splash of steel
by Alan Burstall
Clever use of stainless steel complements the current fashion in stainless steel appliances

Rack ‘Em Up
by Craig Tilley
Save precious workshop space with proper clamp storage.

Furniture Steps
by Trevor Larkey
A stepladder too good to put away.

Router Indexing Pin - A great time saver
by R.J. Todd
This home-made router attachment allows you to pre-drill panels for shelf supports quickly and easily.

A Renovated Bird Cage
by Pat Crowe
Ideas to improve your pet's cage using basic metalworking techniques

Chairs without crying
by A Wiseman
If you need a few spare chairs, consider making your own!

Floppy Fan Fix
by Pat Crowe
This simple stand modification can save your pedestal fan from the dustbin.



Timeless Timber Kitchens

User Report
Panasonic 15.6/12V PowerCosmo Cordless Drill/Drivers

by S Bauer

Learning About Electricity Without Getting Bored - 13
Facts about Lightning

Andy's Toolbox
by A Horacek

Air Tools
Make the most of your air compressor by selecting from the wide range of air tools available.

DIY with Bunnings Warehouse
How to Save Water in the Garden

MitrePlan (Mitre10)
Build A Playhouse

Save Energy Save Money
by John Ross, Integral Energy
Window Dressing to Suit the Climate.

Tools & Tips
by Les Miller
If you only have one power saw in your workshop, the jig saw is the more versatile choice.

User Report
Kennards Hire Wallpaper Steamer

by P McRae

Book Reviews
Scroll Saw Picture Frames
by Patrick Spielman
Picture Framing Basics
by Hugh Foster
Router Projects for the Home
by Router Magazine