In issue 100 of Wood Review Damien Wright discusses the politics of designing and making. This video gives some insight into his own making processes. Read more
Richard Crosland makes two octagonal boxes with all-wood hinges and a sliding bolt mechanism.
Darren Oates shows how to make two jigs that will make your budget priced bandsaw accurately resaw long, wide and narrow boards.
Making these delicate lidded boxes proved the old adage...if at first you don't succeed, try again!
The curve of an aircraft wing inspired furniture maker Ben Culley to devote 1000 hours to creating his Wing Desk.
Richard Raffan turns tall, thin lidded boxes from some precious rosewood.
A simple fold-up workbench that also stores handtools is a testament to one man’s practicality and skills. Story by Kerryn Carter.
Here’s a video demo of some of the jigs and joinery techniques Damion Fauser explains in the new issue of Wood Review magazine.
For smaller jobs, here’s a simple method with minimal setup that allows you to work largely unplugged. Story by Damion Fauser.
There are more than ten absolutely basic things that turners tend to forget...as told by Richard Raffan.
Sixth generation cooper George Smithwick talks history and shows how to make a wooden bucket.
Through trial and error John Kennedy builds an all-wood handplane that gives a tear-out free finish on cranky grained woods.
Andrew Potocnik combines LED lighting strips and luminous pigment on a carved form for illuminating results.