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New Zealand designer and maker David Haig describes the making of a unique garden bench.

Deep splits in some sheoak slabs inspired a free-flowing design for an outdoor table. Story by Jamie Bell.

Avoiding accidents is the goal, but being prepared if one happens is the next best thing. Story by Raf Nathan.

For a balanced look the high and low points of the edges need to match, explains Andrew Potocnik.

Charles Mak demonstrates some simple jigs and techniques that can enhance the functionality of your tablesaw, drill press and mitre saw.

A salvaged cedar tree was milled and made into three identical sofa tables for the members of a family.

Get creative with your offcuts and make beautiful presentation boxes. David Lim shows how.

A detailed explanation of handsaw making by Wood Review author Ian Wilkie.

Kate Spencer's video records the processes she undertook to make the piece she entered in Wood Review's Student Awards 2016.

Frank Wiesner makes a coffee table that fulfills his client's brief and budget.

James Jones, Peter Moyes Anglican Community School, WA takes through his innovative workbench design that boasts extendability and workholding functionality.

In this video Ian Wilkie demonstrates his shop-built wood screw cutting system.

With Italian made Zigzag chairs retailing for top dollar, making your own is a good way of acquiring one.

Adjust the blade, not the fence to solve the issue of drift on your bandsaw, says Peter Young in this video demonstration.