Dremel Won by SA Reader
Hanna Law won the Dremel MotoSaw, worth $129, in last issue's giveaway.
& Co School of Fine Woodworking & Design
Blurring the lines between hobbyist and professional, this new enterprise
offers workspace and tuition to novices and aspiring furniture makers.
Name SAND-FLEE's new curly sanding mops and you could win a SAND-FLEE
900 Drum Sander.
Feast Watson are giving away 12 timber care product packs, worth $125
each, to AWW readers. This issue we've published the first four winners.
Touch of Fantasy
by John Roberts
John produces a wealth of carvings, mostly of castles and dragons, using
a very small workshop based on Dremel rotary tools.
the Shape of a Waterstone
by Stan Watson DMT
For those who prefer to use a waterstone to sharpen their tools, a diamond
lapping plate still has its uses.
Wooden Clocks with a Coil-Driven Pendulum
by Bob Webb
These clocks were popular a century ago. Making a modern version requires
skills in woodturning, clockmaking and electronics.
REPORT - Arbortech Mini-TURBO
by M Nash
What started out as a small brother to the TURBOplane has become a versatile
woodworking tool with a variety of unexpected applications.
by Associate Editor, George Hatfield
The Sydney Woodturning Guild celebrates its 30th Anniversary.
A feature demonstrator at this year’s Turnfest, Jason has made his name
turning his Orbital Arc Box series and stacking Pagoda Boxes.
Stanley 72 Chamfer Plane
by Harry Ellis
Harry explains his fondness for the Stanley 72, a tool he often uses when
making his woodworking projects.
Market Wares - 2. Drink Coasters
by Adam Browning
Drink coasters are relatively simple to make. The trick is to make them
appealing and develop ways to produce them in quantity efficiently.
Segmented Vase from a Different Angle
by Alan McNaught
Inspired by a photograph of a vessel by Peter Arenskov, Alan developed
a method for making his vase which represents a departure from the typical
divided ring form of segmented turning.
Joints - 2. Workshop-made Dowel Jigs
by Richard Collins
In this issue Richard explains how he makes his own dowel jigs for accurate
drilling of joints with multiple dowels.
at the Zoo
by Carolyn McCully
A family outing provides the subject for this issue’s pyrography project.
For this piece, the background is far more detailed and challenging than
the animal itself.
the Best Out of Your Tablesaw - 4
The 29th in our Beginner's Series, in this issue we look at what's involved
in shaping raised panels on the table saw.
by Numbers Pt.4 - Guilloche
by Mike Davies
Originating in ancient Greece and Rome, these days the guilloche decoration
is more widely associated with the popular Celtic carving motifs. Mike
describes how to set in and layer these patterns with intertwining bands,
using the starter carving tool set.
on Woodturning Pt.16A - Turning a Platter from Dressed Timber
by John Ewart
John details the turning of a platter with finger grip and top mould,
noting the technique required to cut with and not against the grain.
Project #12 - Desktop Organiser
by Ken Wraight
This attractive and functional organiser is relatively simple to turn,
but accuracy in setting out and assembly is essential.
Old Time Whittling
by Keith Randich
by Lora S. Irish