Issue Number 95

February 2001

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Carving using photographs

Neil Scobie's Nest of Tables

Neil Scobie's Tenoning Jig

Calabash Bowl

Home-made Dust Mask Design

Turning Threads


Table of Contents


User Report
Arbortech Finishing Kit

by Les Miller

Across the Teacher Bench
by Les Miller
Learn more about router bit selection and maintenance.

Home-made Dust Mask Design
by Steve Bundred
A variety of simple items can be combined to create a usable dust mask.

Creative Traditions
by David Simon
The inaugural Tweed Wood Art Award was a winner for all creative woodworkers.

George’s Corner
by George Hatfield
George looks at some big turning.

Old Tool Tales
by James Carse Black
The Norris A6 Plane.

Showcase WA
The 2000 WA Wood Show featured the ‘Out of the Woods’, and the ‘Doug Shaw’ Award entries.

The World of the Buk Buk Tree
by Harold Gallasch
This timber getter tells the story of a different people from a different country.

Perth Timber and Woodworking Show Guide

Student Workshop
by Paul Scobie
My idea of the perfect lathe.

The Chep Challenge
by Neil Scobie
This year’s Chep challenge is again a phenomenal success.

Snapshot: John Austin
This fine carver and cabinetmaker is now an instructor at Hendermans Rozelle.

Know Your Machine
To get the most out of any woodworking machine, you have to know it inside and out.

Profile: Simon Priem
by Ernie Newman
This woodturning prankster makes wonderful puzzles and seemingly impossible things.



Fishing for Form
by Alan Davies
Use photographs to produce drawings and templates for your animal carvings.

Making a Nest of Tables
by Neil Scobie
The perfect practical addition to any household, they are the surface space problem solvers!

A Simpler Tenoning Jig
by Neil Scobie
This simple jig is as easy to use as it is to make.

Better Your Bandsaw
by Peter Fogelman
Add an extension table and adjustable rip fence to your bandsaw.

Woodturning Tips
by George Hatfield
Calabash Bowl
How to decorate a traditional Hawaiian bowl with stitches.

Threading Made Easy
by Mike Darlow
A practical example of how to use readily available threads on your turning projects.


Other Features

Good Ideas & Short Cuts
Faceplate bowl chucking, steel, paintpots, brushes and Triton Super Jaws mods

Club Drumbeat
Hervey Bay Woodcrafts Club

Book Reviews
Veneering, A Complete Course
by Ian Hosker
The Woodcarvers
by Woodcarving magazine
Furniture & Cabinetmaking Projects
by Furniture & Cabinetmaking magazine