Issue Number 77

February 1998

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Neil Scobie's Side Table

Router Table

Making an indexing Wheel

Making Unique Picture Frames

Wooden Sundial

Woodturners Emergency Lamp


Table of Contents

Around the Teacher's Bench
by Les Miller
Joining Timber (Part 2)
What to look for when buying woodworking glues.

1997 Timber Promotion Council National Woodwork Competition

The Facts in Wax
User guide to using wax on turning and cabinet work.

A Table on the Side
by Neil Scobie
Another one of his unique project designs

The Reconstruction of the Enterprize
by Ros Poole
The famous vessel that sailed into Port Phillip Bay back in 1835

A Home-Made Marvel
by A Dunn
A router table with the lot

Hospitality and a Woodturner's Smorgasbord
by George Hatfield
Six weeks of demos gave George a wealth of impressions about the US

Make an Accurate Indexing Wheel
by Gorgi Armen
Gorgi's INdexuing Wheel is a classic example of the truism that simple ideas are often the best

Wesfarmers Fine Wood Awards 1997
Exhibiting woodwork of this high calibre, it is not surprising that the Fine Wood Industry Project has set its sights on Werstern Australia becoming the fine wood centre of the world.

Good Ideas & Short Cuts
Groove defines glue area, home made sash clamps, turning tool lazy susan and door hinge safety switch

Picture Framing Outside the Square
by Max Warner
Making unique picture frames

A Wooden Sundial
by Ken Williams
Perfect summertime project for the Garden

Working with Australian Hardwoods - 2
by Peter van Herk
Importance of moisture content and different grades of timber available.

User Report
Kreg Jig and Pocket Rocket hole boring systems

by Les Miller

Woodturners Emergency Lamp
by Alan Logan
Never be kept in the dark again Project

Book Reviews
Decorative Techniques for Woodturners
by Hilary Bowen
Construction of Period Furniture
by VJ Taylor

These Boots were made for Carvin'
by Buddy Smith
R.M. Williams boots, stuff of legend and subject for Buddy's carving

Cutting Plugs and Circles on the Scroll Saw
by Alex Springall
Using the scroll saw to cut even small diameter plugs and circles is demonstrated by the author.