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Cut one board, join with two mitres and you have a contemporary and stylish bench seat. By Graham Sands.

Andrew Potocnik shows how to get the most out of ‘in the round’ branch timbers.

A versatile gluing up aid that definitely won't break the bank.

'If you’re like me, there are many times when an extra hand would be a great advantage at the workbench', says Steve Hay. Here's how to get one.

Get better results from your trimmer by making a larger base.

How Nathan Day made his prize-winning box.

An easy way to clamp edgings during glue-ups.

How to get stronger endgrain joints.

In homage to the late James Krenov, Iain Green makes a handplane in the style Krenov popularised.

Making, re-making and deciding what looks ‘right’ is part of the design process. Story by Robert Howard.

Making the most of a 6” myrtle board, Andrew Potocnik creates a segmented bowl with that extra bit of detailing and effort.

A visit to the $2 shop saves time and mess.

How to achieve accuracy in a project with heirloom potential, by Geoff Birtles

There's an upside and a downside to working with timber veneers, says Steve Hay.

How to make a 'cordless' sander.